Re: maximum hard drive limitations?
One more data point -- 335 CDS -- I put a 20 gb drive in it. The bios
can only see about 10. I partitioned w/ Debian, left abt. 4 gb for hda2
and played several games to re-install windoze from the lame Tosh
diskette. Dual boots fine.
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, Jim Nutt wrote:
> Peter Cordes writes:
> > On Fri, Mar 09, 2001 at 02:18:38AM +1100, Drew Parsons wrote:
> > > This question isn't strictly Linux, but I hope you'll be kind :)
> > >
> > > I have a Toshiba 490CDT model, which comes with a 3.8GB harddrive, and the
> > > Toshiba docs seem to be saying that the maximum drive that can put in the
> > > computer is 6GB.
> > <omitted text>
> > However, all I've done is to say that I can't think of any good reason why
> > there should be a 6GB limit. Borrow somebody's >6GB drive, and see if it
> My guess is that docs were written when a 6GB laptop drive was the
> largest available.
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