Whether the boot drive size can be more than 2TB? Tags: Hard Drives Boot Storage Last response: January 1, 2011 12:05 PM in Storage Share CosmoZhou January 1, 2011 11:36:43 AM Hello,Whether the boot drive size can be more than 2TB? More about : boot drive size 2tb sub mesa a c 127 G Storage January 1, 2011 12:05:15 PM Yes, if your OS supports 48-bit LBA and GPT partitions. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can't boot from drive larger than 2tb? Forum SolvedCant boot with more than one drive installed, Asus ROG Impact, i7-4770k Forum SolvedSome questions on whether computer gaming is all that more beneficial or better than consoles Forum SolvedDisk management will not partition 2TB hard drive smaller than 900GB Forum SolvedVista / Hard Drive Consumed More Space than File Sizes Show Forum Will running a SSD boot drive be more efficient than a RAID 0 Forum Switching a 2tb segate hdd from another desktop. (not boot drive) Forum 3TB boot drive, can only use 2TB. Cannot allocate space? Forum WD Green 2TB "IntelliPower" drive faster than Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 RPM? Forum Computer will fail to boot is more than one drivee Forum My 2TB Western Digital External Harddrive fell and it doesn't boot up any more when I plug it in Forum SolvedAfter SSD/GPU upgrade my PC needs more time to boot than before Forum SolvedNew build fails to boot with more than 1 stick of RAM Forum Why Can't I Reduce Partition Size of C for more than 455GB? Forum SolvedWindows wont boot with more than one HDD Forum SolvedReplace windows 7 with 8.1 on a drive with more than just the OS on it? Forum Solvedupgraded CPU and cant boot with more than 8gb ram Forum New build, fine for two months now won't boot for more than 30 seconds Forum Solveddoes 1080 resolution use more gb than 480 on a flash drive Forum Solveddoes 1080 resolution use more gb than 480 on a flash drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !