Maximum HD size

  logoff 21:09 11 Feb 08

I have an older system and would like to change the hard disk (6 years old and counting).

Does anyone know whether there is a maximum size HD that the motherboard-an Asus P4B will support?

Using Windows XP SP2 with 1.5Gb SDRAM

Grateful for any information all

  Technotiger 21:19 11 Feb 08

Just like any other mobo, no limit on hard-drive size.

  Quiller. 21:19 11 Feb 08

160Gb with the newest bios.

  logoff 21:25 11 Feb 08

Technotiger and quiller -thanks for your comments, much appreciated. Did try to find out but nothing easily available on the Asus website in particular.

  woodchip 21:26 11 Feb 08

Motherboard BIOS is the limiter

  Technotiger 21:30 11 Feb 08

Hmm, unless quiller knows something I don't - and that is quite possible LoL .... but studying that mobo, there is no mention of any maximum hard drive size at all.

  logoff 21:32 11 Feb 08

woodchip -thanks for that. Will check. 160 is more than adequate though.

Kind regards

  Technotiger 21:33 11 Feb 08
  Quiller. 21:34 11 Feb 08

From the Asus website but with no direct link. click here

  Technotiger 21:44 11 Feb 08

Thanks - did you put that question in yourself, 'cos it only says Yes it supports 160Gb, but does not say, that is the maximum size it will support.

  Technotiger 21:46 11 Feb 08

Academical anyway, 'cos logoff is happy with the answer - which is what it is all about.

I am always eager and willing to learn too!

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