Lga 775 motherboard for 2 tb hdd

Hi!!! is there any lga 775 motherboard supports 2 tb hdd ? My G41T-M7 (V1.0) doesn't support 2 tb it uses only 1 tb of 2 tb ?
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  1. Even an old Asus P5W DH Deluxe supports 2 GB drives. Are you sure the disk was correctly initialized and/or recognized?
  2. GhislainG said:
    Even an old Asus P5W DH Deluxe supports 2 GB drives. Are you sure the disk was correctly initialized and/or recognized?


    GhislainG thanx for reply, Let me know which setting should i check for this issue ? There is no available bios update for my mobo, is there any setting in bios ? by the way the disk came out from a seagate expansion 3,5' external usb 3.0, i opened the case and rip out hdd this causes the problem ?
  3. Removing the bare HD from a USB enclosure should not cause this problem.

    Try partitioning the 2 TB drive into two 1 TB partitions.
  4. jsc said:
    Removing the bare HD from a USB enclosure should not cause this problem.

    Try partitioning the 2 TB drive into two 1 TB partitions.


    Win 7-8 set up menu i can't see the disk, it only shows my 120 gb ssd, when i go to disk management it only shows 1 tb of 2 tb
  5. besto1982 said:
    Win 7-8 set up menu i can't see the disk, it only shows my 120 gb ssd, when i go to disk management it only shows 1 tb of 2 tb

    Have you tried deleting the existing partition and recreating a full disk partition? Did you contact the motherboard manufacturer?
  6. İ have tried but it didn't work i emailed ecs but they didn't reply i dont know what to do
  7. besto1982 said:
    Hi!!! is there any lga 775 motherboard supports 2 tb hdd ? My G41T-M7 (V1.0) doesn't support 2 tb it uses only 1 tb of 2 tb ?


    I found this for "Patches code to fix 2TB HDD string show incorrectly during POST"
    http://www.techspot.com/drivers/driver/file/information/13200/

    Please note the date "ECS G41T-M7(V1.0) Bios 10/01/13". The bios came out on February 4, 2010, but from ECS website there are only two but not show this one. You can email ECS to confirm it before you update the bios.
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