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Old 09-11-2004, 10:59 AM   #1
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maximum accessible HDD size on old PC(Intel 82440FX chipset)

Hi all,

I have a spare HDD(EIDE,120GB) and am going to find some cheap hardware to build a server.My friend has a very old mainboard : EPox KP6-FX 2(Intel 82440FX chipset) with memory and a PII cpu installed.

I wonder is it able to support my HDD and recogize the whole 120GB if I run Linux?

Thank you in advance.


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