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Loss of memory.


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Tensaei

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Okay, it's been about 4-6 months when I took my computer to CompUSA to reformat my computer.
Now, I notice that I lost alot of memory, I had 200 gigs and now i'm down to a 90 gigs.
What is wrong?
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Maybe you installed lots of programs or a HDD is missing go to My computer and see how many HDD you have and just click once and see how many gigs in each.
Regards RockyIV

Edited by RockyIV, 26 August 2005 - 06:43 PM.

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It says 90 gigs in the maz Memory
And I am sure I had 200 gigs before, yes I am sure it was not the RAM
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You can't get 200 gigs ram anyway...

Make sure the HDD is connected properly. Have you checked that it is still in the CPU case??
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I was about to suggest that mpy! I was about to ask if to make sure that they haven't stolen the HDD! Is this the only HDD on your computer?
Try using a computer analysis and see what it determines!

Edited by RockyIV, 27 August 2005 - 01:33 AM.

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You need to enable 48-bit Logical Block Addressing for big HDDs (larger than 137GB).
Refer the following M$-KB article:
http://support.micro.....Ben-us;303013

Edited by darth_ash, 27 August 2005 - 06:00 AM.

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yeh maby they stole it :tazz: lol :)
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