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Joey

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Can anyone tell me more on how to fix it?
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Are you saying that you can't partition a Hard Drive with more than 32GB?
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First off, if you are running Windows 95, you cannot use a hard disk larger than 32GB. Periond the end, no fix or patch available.

Here is a site detailing what causes the barrier, and I will look up your prob in depth and find a solution for ya. (I think you can set up a second hard drive partition on the same disk, but I need to check this)

http://www.storagere.../sizeGB315.html


http://www.storagere...zeHandling.html
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No, I added a new hard drive, 120gb, but only 32gigabytes are shown.
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