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3TB Hard Drive only showing 2TB in control panel...

Could you please advise me on what I should do. Thank you for your time and effort.

Best wishes Arul WyomingKnott said: It's not the connectors. The old standard MBR partition tables can't describe a drive of over about 2. If'n you search the forums fora? Maybe even someone who knows how to set up the disk for you. It Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+, also, on the motherboard, controllers, and driver software, but I'm ignorant of such things.

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My largest drive is MB. Yes, that link is good. To convert a volume that contains data, you must first manually delete the partition.

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You can use the following methods to create GPT disks: If the drive is not empty or contains partitions, this option is unavailable. After you install a new raw disk, open the Disk Management console to start a wizard that you can use to configure the new disk. Initialize the new disk later by using the Initialize Disk option in the Disk Management console.

Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+ Aug 26,6: I bought a Hitachi Desktar 3TB hard drive a couple of days ago.

Best wishes Arul I'm having the exact same problem as you, only backwards it seems. Same Hitachi deskstar 3TB. It disk management under computer management in Windows 7 64 bit also shows a This drive is installed in a brand new machine that I built in Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+.

I've tried using the OEM Windows disk, easy partition manger and Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+ now on to active kill disk to try and get the drive to be recognized as a single large volume. DRD00 Sep 9,5: Your situation is the exact as mine. I am a Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+ on these matters, so would appreciate your help. I just had a new rig built with 1 Hitachi 3TB hard drive. Supposedly, I need to reformat using GPT. I still don't know if my motherboard allows booting from GPT.

When reinstalling Windows 7, it asked me which of the drives I wanted to use for the install.

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After further reading a few forums I realized that the only way I was going to Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+ able to use the full 3TB is wiping the disk clean again and reformatting to GPT. The help section just has some really technical mumbo jumbo that I don't follow.

I had the problem of windows reading a 3tb drive as Some Western Digital drives have a bye physical block size which can cause misaligned partitioning. Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H 3TB+ you run into this you can use parted to correct it by adding free space before the partition in the amount of the misalignment.

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