Updating bios ga ma69vm s2
I took it and installed it in another pc but instead of 250GB bios and windows recognize only 33GB. I’m a happy man with my 250GB hard disk drive ready for new adventures and this thanks to your advise. This was not necessary – but the error dialogue in the next version of the software should ask users to check that the drive is a) on its own channel and b) set as master on that channel, by jumper if necessary (Cable Select wasn’t working) Brilliance!
I’ve tried your programm but with no luck since also that recognizes only the 33GB. I have a Western Digital 250 Gig drive that when originally installed, I think on XP with Service packs 1&2, automatically shifted to 137.
I’ve been using it, but am heading into a large editing job, and while I could just go buy a big drive I hate wasting the left over part.
Thing is that my OS is on this drive, and using your tool it says I must disconnect this from computer. Hello Jon, You would have to attach this hard drive to a computer that already has a hard drive to boot from.
So, your 300 GB hard drive will show up in Windows as a 279 GB hard drive.
Motherboard can create a so-called “Host protected area” on your hard drive to store its data.
Manufacturer of your PC can create a “Host protected area” on your hard drive to store an image of the original operating system and programs.Ouroborus, If HDD Capacity Restore does not see hard drives attached to S-ATA ports, then first of all I’d try to go into BIOS setup and locate S-ATA settings.There has to be a way to switch S-ATA ports into “Normal” or “Compatible” or “Legacy” mode (as opposed to “Native”). Dmitry pedro: Sorry, you will have to remove the hard drive from the laptop and attach it to a desktop PC.Hard drive manufacturers use decimal gigabytes while operating systems use binary gigabytes.One decimal gigabyte contains that’s more than a 7% difference!