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Windows 7: Can I update to a 1.5 TB internal HDD on a 6 year old Dell xps9000

05 Dec 2016   #71
Digerati

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dg1261
Interesting. Somebody better let Seagate know, then, because I was just able to create a 50GB HPA on one of their 500GB SATA drives.
I stand corrected on that. Thanks. Nevertheless, this was something you had to consciously do. The space was not already created by the drive maker, or the OS.

Everything else is, sorry to say, TL;DR because I simply lost interest after responding to the comment the hard drive makers and Microsoft were probably using this space to steal customer's data. That's just feculent blather not worth me wasting more of my time on.


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06 Dec 2016   #72
Mega7User

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Itaregid View Post
.....Everything else is, sorry to say, TL;DR because I simply lost interest after responding to the comment the hard drive makers and Microsoft were probably using this space to steal customer's data. That's just feculent blather not worth me wasting more of my time on.

Crybaby, passive aggression behavior in chat rooms IS your forte. Forums need a BS icon for 'members' like you. Look in a mirror, change what you do not like about yourself. If you need help call 714-672-9009, if they can't help you call 1-800-662-4357, BUT you have to first admit you have a problem.

I am done with YOU! I have a feeling YOU are not though, and you'll take it out on yourself by abusing others! Peace out everyone else!
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