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Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 2:30 am
by fixedsys
Well my bios does support 48bit addressing for HardDrives to overcome the 137gig limit. I do not have my xbox with me today or i would try it.
I would like F: to be bigger. The bios does have 2 choices = F: gets all or F: and G: drive combo. If I can set the size of G: would it be an issue is F: is over 137g ?

Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 11:11 pm
by Trevante
Regardless of what your bios gives you the option to do, if you have already formatted the HDD to be all F, you'll have to reformat both F and G to get your G drive working, even if you haven't filled your F drive to 137GB of data.

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2005 1:12 am
by fixedsys
Aye, I got that. I will do that tonight or this weekend.

**Edit - All Data backed up and have created my F: and G with the sizes I would wanted using XBpartitioner.

Still am working on G: drive install.