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#1 TiaoMacaleh

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 02:51 PM

I tryed flashing with a right bios but my chip is kinda problematic and didnt worked...

my currently bios is:

f+g
but have "ignore hard drive partition table" enabled


So any 137+ will never work on that bios?

If i fit my pc 120gb hd will that work well?

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Setting the Ignore Hard Drive Partition Table option will cause the kernel partition table to override the hard drive table. This option should normally be off. It's only useful if you have a partition table written to the hard drive and there is some reason (patition table corruption, for example) you need that partition table to be ignored.


Its not recommended but will that cause any problem? on a 120gb hd?

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 04:02 PM

i think it really only has an effect if you use xbpartitoner to format your HD and resize partitions and stuff

#3 TiaoMacaleh

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 05:05 PM

Sorry, u mean

I need to format with xbpartitioner to use the 200gb to bypass the "ignore ..."

or

The "ignore..." think whould be limiting my hard drive only if i had used xbpartitioner?






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