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  1. Sorry I just read this post. If you're still reading this thread, check the model # of your motherboard. Usually older Pentium II and Pentium III mobo chipsets had problems with larger drives. Search the Intel site or whatever site manufactured your mobo (or that of your computer manufacturer). See if there's been a BIOS upgrade. With the latest upgrades all of the old mobos should recognize larger hard drives.
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