Problem seeing more than 2Gb on 60Gb hard drive

  Nightmanager 05:24 26 Apr 04
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I have formatted a TINY PC and could not get the PC to see more than 2Gb of the 60Gb hard drive.
I went to FDISK and tried, but it still won't see more than 2Gb when I look in properties on the C:drive in MyComputer. I am running Windows 98.
I don't really want to use the TINY software that came with the PC, if I can avoid it, as this always seemed to give me problems. How can I get the rest of the hard drive to be seen by the PC.

  gudgulf 07:06 26 Apr 04

You would be best reformatting with fdisk.When you format make sure you enable large disc support ---otherwise you get a 2Gb partition.

with large disc support you should see the whole 60Gb.

  gudgulf 07:14 26 Apr 04

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