Problem with 320GB SATA HDD Tags: CPUs SATA Computer Hard Drives Last response: January 12, 2010 12:54 PM in CPUs Share Anonymous a b à CPUs January 12, 2010 4:41:27 AM how would i know that my computer supports 320GB SATA HDD? More about : problem 320gb sata hdd hell_storm2004 a b à CPUs January 12, 2010 4:44:40 AM There is no limit to what your PC can support. It will support till you run out of SATA sockets! masterjaw January 12, 2010 4:52:40 AM As long as your motherboard is not old enough to not have a SATA port. As for the capacity, there's no actual limit on that. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer jitpublisher a b à CPUs January 12, 2010 12:54:10 PM What you DO have to worry about is the Version of Windows you are running. Anything prior to XP SP1 will only be able to use 127gig, no more. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumOnly Recognizing 320GB of a 640GB HDD in BIOS and Win7 Forum320gb SATA Died ForumSeagate SATA 320gb 7200.10 wont boot Forumseagate barracuda 320gb 7200.10 sata II issue Forum320GB 7200rpm Sata 3G HDD scores 7.4??? ForumAnother problem : WD3200SD 320gb dead (heats up but doesnt spin) ForumSATA hdd 320gb down to 100 after format? why? ForumProblems with partitioning SEAGATE 320GB into 8 partitions ForumWD 320GB HDD wont work ForumFormatted Seagate 320gb HDD detected by BIOS but not Windows ForumIs WD Caviar Blue 320GB compt with old Intel board? ForumHitachi 320gb not showing up anymore ForumSeagate 320GB performance issues need help. ForumVery nervous about my WD Caviar 320GB ForumSlow Seagate 320GB ForumHard drive failing - hitachi T7K500 320GB - new issues! ForumProblems with a LG hdd hxd2 320gb ForumLooking for sound card suggestion ForumUsing a T6600 2.2/800/2MB with 4GB DDR3-1066 Forum965 BE w/ Sata + USB 3 or i7 860 + Biostar More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !