At 2 TBs. "According to microsoft, for NTFS "The maximum partition size is 2TB (terabyte, a trillion bytes). Elvandil, Jun 19, 2007 #4 klingenfelter Thread Starter Joined: Jun 7, 2007 Messages: 37 Well I likely got the date wrong. Is it an alarming sign, if a company's hiring process for senior/lead developer doesn't include a coding task? EvansModerator Thursday, August 11, 2011 4:37 PM Marked as answer by Carey FrischMVP, Moderator Monday, November 10, 2014 12:29 AM Thursday, August 11, 2011 4:37 PM Reply | Quote Moderator All http://midsolutions.org/hard-drive/windows-xp-maximum-partition-size.html
Register now Not a member yet? But I wouldn't follow this route, frankly. So you have likely solved my problem. I guess those can be helpful for you understanding more of the whole thing.
Awaiting to hear from you and thanks for the input I have been waiting for a response on this topic for a little while now. Information on Windows Disk support can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hardware/gg463525#removablemedia Or course, that being said, I have seen external drive manufacturers combining a GPT loader in with their drives which will I would imagine this would cause lag on I/O as it is another stack process. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - YES, under Win7 and -64bit by Willy / October 3, 2014 12:53 PM PDT In reply to: Can Windows OS use hard drives
It's only 8 bytes (32 bits), which provides for a maximum value of 4,294,967,296 sectors. I think this is a good and clean search-engine for this purpose; http://metasearch.torrentproject.com/ Also I forgot to say that it might be useful to keep woking with two inner harddisks; one Can anyone tell that if windows xp support it or not. Windows 7 Maximum Hard Drive Size klingenfelter, Jun 19, 2007 #3 Elvandil Joined: Aug 1, 2003 Messages: 51,988 Well, there was no XP in 1995, but maybe you found some copyright date for "Windows".
Regards harveyd10 Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - External Hard Drive Size Limits by jmjmnz / October 12, 2014 8:01 AM PDT In reply to: Seriously? This way my system stays faster and I can back this up on the separate data-partition and/or both also externally, in case the disk physically dies. IOT reaches new climax [Security] by Snowy304. if there is have I gone beyond it????????.........
Report EirNym› Zoz - Jun 30, 2009 at 03:32 PM NTFS limitation is 16 EiB (1 EiB=2^60 bytes) Helpful +2 Report computerguy Feb 6, 2010 at 10:44 PM Just ran into Maximum Hard Drive Size Windows 7 64 Bit http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/windowsxp_sp2_slipstream.asp http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/System-Tweak/Autostreamer.shtml ------------------------------------ The other choice is to partition the drive before installation. I recently installed a disk array using 8 1TB drives with RAID5 to produce a 6.5TB partition. But after trying many times from different computers, I cannot format the Primary partition with the size at 500gb.
The GPT loader I have come across is called Paragon GPT loader. Who is the oldest character in Harry Potter? Windows Xp Maximum Hard Drive Size more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Windows 10 Hard Drive Limit In fact, they can use them still in MBR partition tables up to 16 TB in size on 32 bit systems, but using larger sector sizes.http://www.pcworld.com/article/235088/everything_you_need_to_know_about_3TB_hard_drives.htmlwindowsFortunately, you can find drivers and
I have both a three TB internal drive and a four TB external drive on mine, fully usable up to their capacities.If you have a problem accessing the full capacity, go this page I wanted to install on my Win XP 32 bit system as a data drive. Create a smaller partition for XP, and then install SP2. I can have a dozen categories (lettered drives) of storage with that. Windows Xp Maximum Partition Size
You can't do that with an external harddisk with USB controller. The best way to set up your PC running Windows 7 64 Bit is to have an SSD for your boot drive, and then have a 1,2,3,or 4 TB drive for Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Can Windows OS use hard drives larger than two terabytes? get redirected here I can write to it and read from it.
Windows XP users will however notice that they cannot use all of the space of the hard drive. Windows 7 4tb Drive With this in place, Windows XP users can utilize the full storage of 3TB hard drives.There are a few limitations though, but the solution nevertheless is the only available one to The problem however is that GPT is not supported by Windows XP.Paragon however came up with a solution.
I want to put a 2 TB drive for only storage. If you are lucky your PC has a free PCI-E slot to build in a USB3 controller card, which enables you to use the external drive in a much faster modus But then still you need the extra driver to access/read/write it with WinXP 32bit. Windows Xp Gpt Loader Where I am, 3TB costs only $10 more, so I get the 3TB and only 2TB of it, gambling that the drive will still work when I eventually migrate from XP
Flag Permalink This was helpful (8) Collapse - Yes by jjmartin1340 / October 3, 2014 11:21 AM PDT In reply to: Can Windows OS use hard drives larger than two terabytes? Make the name of your big drive something very unique before you go to diskmgmnt, it will be helpful. Friday, November 07, 2014 11:02 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. useful reference Also recognized in Windows Explorer.
Thanks Keith Lingenfelter klingenfelter, Jun 19, 2007 #5 klingenfelter Thread Starter Joined: Jun 7, 2007 Messages: 37 Also I did try to pre-partition the big drive with the same result; The h/w is tended by its own i/f to allow full access to the HD storage excluding the usual handling space used by itself. There is a limit to the total number of sectors that a MBR partition table can have. So 3 750GB drives would be a 1.5TB array.
They will be easier to manage separately and quicker to defragment (that's what's actually causing slow bootup).Issue no. 2 - your question concerning size of accessable disk. It seems windows would post a site to let you know how to do this, instead of being so difficult and a secret!!! All rights reserved. Thank you.--Submitted by: Terry S.
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