Okay, here is the problem, If U can help me without telling me to delete all the partitions & start again, thanx...
Old system was a LX DMA33, only supported up to 30GB so I set my nice IBM 40GB HHD jumpers so that it only was 30GB & then I created partition C thru to G (D,E,F&G all logical) no worries, worked fine... then I built a new system which supports bigger HDDs and I want to get access to the full 40GB, so I changed the jumpers to uncastrate the HDD but I still cant use the 10GB extra because the partition table doesnt know it is there... I think that I will have to remove D,E,F&G & create a new partition table in order to get my full capacity... I have 1-=15 Gig on this HDD & it will B a pain to backup to CD never mind time consuming... what other options do I have, that is the question... HELP
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Does anybody knows if PQ Partition Magic 7 supports the WD1000BB-SE? Because I have to choose between it and the 80GB Maxtor D740X (Fluid Bearing if it's available at an affordable price). Everybody please feel free to help me decide to choose! Thanks a lot guys!
I'm currently using (1)40GB 60GXP. I'm planning to get either the Maxtor or WD to run as the master and the IBM as slave.
Well my personal prefrence would be to go with the Maxtor. No matter the model or series, that is what I would go for.
I have never been a fan of Western Digital drives after I had to replace One drive multiple times in one year. I think that's all in the head. All the drives are basically made the same, but it's like car manufactures, they have lemons to. Just so happens IBM had a whole series of 'em.
<font color=red>1GHz AMD x MSI K7T-Turbo x 512MB PC133 x 2-Maxtor 30GB/RAID 0 = Stream Line Butterfly</font color=red>