Questions about Linux and a 250gb Hard Drive with a Chaintech 7aJa2 Motherboard

Questions about Linux and a 250gb Hard Drive with a Chaintech 7aJa2 Motherboard

Post by gunhed5 » Fri, 26 Dec 2003 13:39:32



Will Linux be able to access all of that hard drive space?

I understand Windows XP can recognize it with the proper BIOS driver
modification disks (?) from the HD's manufacturer, but can Linux see it?

My other option is to upgrade the motherboard or buy a new ATA133 card for
this machine.


Thanks in advance!


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