QUOTE(Heimdall @ Oct 4 2010, 05:11 AM)
Older computer BIOSes didn't understand disks larger than 32GB, so some disks have a jumper that limits them to 32GB for compatibility. A quick Google for your disk part number should get you a manual with a picture of the jumper settings, to confirm if yours is one with a switchable 32GB limit and show you how to change it.
I got it fixed, sort of.
I had the jumpers setup for 15 head cable select, but I need it set to 16 head cable select so after I did that xxbpartitioner detected a larger but still not correct partition. It detected 67.07gbs.
I formatted it and went back to my dashboard where it said it was the same size as before, I spent an hor messing with the settings, it didn't help that xbpartioner was about 3 inches off of the screen on all sides.
I didn't know what was wrong, I searched google and I tried the ftp raw commands that some said to do, but those didn't work.
I eventually locked my hard drive and then tried it, "Yeah!" it worked, it turns out xbpartitioner only works with a locked hard drive.
I still would like to fix it, right now the partition is wrong, it is supposed to be 70gbs, it is only 67.07gbs, but this is better then it was before.