Installing A 200gb Harddrive With Windows 98se
First, we will  Display Partition Information to see what we have set up and what we need to delete. b. torbendalumJul 9, 2013, 5:01 PM If you want to know the max partition size, then, as far as I can remember, it is 60 GB with the fdisk tool in win98, by R. http://enterprisesoftwaresummit.com/installing-a/installing-a-windows-7-on-windows-8-rtm.html
I would allocate about 10gigabytes for the XP partition to go on. Thanks for your time in reading this , any help would be greatly appreciated , i fear for my computer as i can't use scandisk and defrag and i think problems You have two prerequisites in order to make that hard drive work, hardware and operating system. 1. Create DOS partition or Logical DOS Drive 2. this contact form
b. Just make sure you Fdisk and format it also to make it usable.I would work with the new 200GB drive first to get it up and running before confusing your situation Operating System - If you are using Windows 2000/XP, you simply format in NTFS and you will be happy. H 0 Message Author Comment by:StephSpe ID: 88016812003-06-25 hello , iam currently on windows 98 SE , with the one partition and everything on it.
I do not think Boot It Next Generation would work because it uses the BIOS for disk processing options. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 28 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions nina Really helpful.
Yes! IOW, C:\ (old root folder) to C:\ (new root folder), D:\ (old root folder) to D:\ (new root folder) etc. Save any file/documents pictures you may have. 2). https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/354850/windows-98se-maximum-external-hd-size/ if not can i return my old hd to master and install a new 80gb western digital hd as a slave (got one today with after rebate cost of $60)and then
If the board freezes during post though, that's another story.... The issue was cosmetic so I just pushed on and didn't let it bother me.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Tell us how! If I was to add the Seagate disk, should I partition it to 80GB each on a different PC (since FDISK has a major problem with HDDs that big) or leave There have been many suggestions covering this subject and the answer could be:a.
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i dont want to spend good money after bad. check over here If this is the case, I usually quick-start install XP. Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. i have no idea if scan disk and defrag have a HDD space "limit" im sure it can scan any size, is your not working?
Luckily, the mobo BIOS does not hang/freeze on POST with this HDD, however it does identify its capacity as only being 137GB. lolwut767May 5, 2013, 12:20 PM Oh hello.I bought a new (well old but new for me) computer, a Compaq Evo D510 (SFF, not USFF) and I intend to run XP and g. http://enterprisesoftwaresummit.com/installing-a/installing-a-second-cpu.html Click here to Register a free account now!
as an update on disks greater than 64gb, the FreeDOS FDISK utility does work. If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Moving files within a usb external in Windows 10 halts at 99% Note: The FDISK utility in MS-DOS can create an extended partition larger than 2 GB.
Again, choose to start with cd-rom support and let the boot disk load to the a:\ DOS prompt.
is the problem in the bios/acpi????.... If they don't they lose. After i digest it, i will come back with any questions. and if possible in relation to windows 98 and xp , like how i can change the partition now , and then format and install windows xp.
You are also limited in individual recognized file size due to having to format in fat or fat32.Side note in case you were not already aware. at least i cna now keep my www.sjogrens.netfirms.com for sjogrens syndrome information up and running. Then, "what are you going to do with it?" Maybe you said that in your question but let me cover a few items next for our/your understanding.(1) If this is some http://enterprisesoftwaresummit.com/installing-a/installing-a-his-x1950xtx.html There is also a printer friendly page that takes out the background graphics (link at the bottom of the page)http://www.pcwarfare.com/hdds/fdisk-format.new.hdd.htmTONI Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS
Also, you might notice that the space free/available might not be equivalent to the size of your hard drive (if it is bigger than 20 GB). Iam going to upgrade my windows , but what i'd like to know is , what partition's should i create , i'd like to have just the 2 , or 3 SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved.