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XP PRO Hard Drive Capacity??

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drvtec

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#1
hey guys, how much HD Storage can XP Pro handle?
right now ive got 200Gigs
80Gig C:
120Gig D:

and im planning on adding a few more drives soon. when the new WD 200GB 7200K Drives come down in price
Im planning on going to SCSI for my C:
a Fujitsu 15K 36G
D:\120G
G:\ 80G
H:\200G
I:\200G

I do a lot of Video Capture. and have over 100Gigs of Music

I WANT TO Know what XP can handle. IS THERE A LIMIT??
 

Bytes Back

Ex Police Chief
#3
Found this in windows

If its right then EB stand for Exabyte.

An exabyte (EB) is a large unit of computer data storage, two to the sixtieth power bytes. The prefix exa means one billion billion, or one quintillion, which is a decimal term. Two to the sixtieth power is actually 1,152,921,504,606,846,976 bytes in decimal, or somewhat over a quintillion (or ten to the eighteenth power) bytes. It is common to say that an exabyte is approximately one quintillion bytes. In decimal terms, an exabyte is a billion gigabytes.
 

Bytes Back

Ex Police Chief
#7
Tsk, tsk,

Gonaads I'm British, we like understatement


un·der·state·ment Pronunciation Key (ndr-sttmnt, ndr-stt-)
n.
A disclosure or statement that is less than complete.
Restraint or lack of emphasis in expression, as for rhetorical effect
Restraint in artistic expression
 

gonaads

Beware the G-Man
Political User
#8
Ah, Go eat a Donut!

DO - NUT n. an informal spelling for DOUGHNUT

DOUGH - NUT n. what Bytes back hates

:p :p :p
 

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