How to Use 3TB or 4TB Hard Drive(HDD) in Windows XP

How to Use 3TB or 4TB Hard Drive(HDD) in Windows XP

3TB or 4TB Hard Drive(HDD) in Windows XP? Very & Quite Possible! Do you like your Windows XP? So do I! But the memory run out is a problem as all programs are getting bigger and everything else as well. I quickly run out of space by using my 2009 laptop. I had bought a 3TB Toshiba HDD 7200rpm 64MB and connected it through an external USB hub. So it makes things a little bit complicated but it works! I am a normal advance user and I had tried 7, 8 & 10 and I do not think they are as good as XP in term of smooth operation(less troubles). Therefore, 2 of 3 computers that I had are still running Windows XP. I am only a user and I do not use my computer to do extensive works with servers so Windows XP will be just fine. I had been trying for many different ways(including Seagate DiscWizard, Hitachi GPT, Paragon GPT, Ext2Fsd, update BIOS to UEFI etc.) and other methods by using the information on the web. I had been reinstalling my windows many times, crashed for many times... For 3 days, I crashed and tried and there is no simple straightforward way in the net telling you how until now. Email me at summersnowlegend@yahoo.com for purchasing the files you want. Finally I found the right ways and all concluded in the above link. You do not need anything else except these simple 10 steps with a small program(reputable third party software). No experience needed and it works! I tried it again and again on different computers on Windows XP(SP3) without touching any BIOS/UEFI. However, you will need to pay for a small price via PayPal. I like my Windows XP and would like to keep using it until I really have to change to Window 11? Hey, it is a small price to pay considering all the troubles to upgrade Windows XP to Windows 8 or 10. By the way, the payment went through PayPal so the merchant does not have the payment details. It is a tiny legitimate merchant in Australia registered with the government. So no tricks/scams and the website is under http://, just try this as your last resource before you throw away your Windows XP! Email me at summersnowlegend@yahoo.com for purchasing the files you want.

How to resolve the 2 TB external hdd not recognize in Window xp

How to resolve the 2 TB external hdd not recognize in Window xp

Hi in this tutorial I'll show you how to resolve the 2 TB external hdd not recognize in Window xp

Fix: Hard Drive not visible in Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP

Fix: Hard Drive not visible in Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP

Is your hard drive not showing up on your computer? Not being detected or not visible in windows? Well for most part this can be a simple problem that is easy to fix - most of the time it is a software problem that windows isn't showing the disk and it simply needs to be formatted. This problem tends to happen on larger hard drives such as 1.5tb 2tb 3tb etc. Hope you enjoyed the video and thanks for watching! Would be great if you could like, comment and subscribe Array_J

Fixed: New 3TB Drive Only Shows 746GB Available

Fixed: New 3TB Drive Only Shows 746GB Available

I have installed a 3 terabyte hard drive but only 746GB is available http://www.avoiderrors.net/?p=24528

How To Fully Use Your 3TB Hard Drive on Windows 7 (MBR to GPT)

How To Fully Use Your 3TB Hard Drive on Windows 7 (MBR to GPT)

YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BOOT FROM YOUR 3TB HARD DRIVE! YOU WILL NEED A MOTHERBOARD WITH UEFI! PLEASE DON'T GET ANGRY AT ME FOR IGNORING MY WARNING! Thanks for watching!

[Easy Fix] Windows XP not recognizing External HDD || USB device not Supported in TV [Solution]

[Easy Fix] Windows XP not recognizing External HDD || USB device not Supported in TV [Solution]

Buy WD Elements 1 TB External Hard Drive: http://amzn.to/2edcdfG Have you ever face a situation in where your External Hard Drive works fine in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Higher but HDD does not recognized in Windows XP and your Television via USB Port ? Here is the 100% working solution !!! Your HDD will work flawlessly in every Windows OS and all TVs too via USB Port... Just follow this full and Easy tutorial... And change your GUID/CPT type Partition Style to MBR Style Partition and your are DONE !!! No exFAT, FAT32 needed... No 30GB or less partition making needed... You will have a single, full External Hard Disk also NTFS and working like a CHARM !!! plz SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDkTaejSEL_2OQ5-OcCsFhA Copy and paste the following text into your video's credits: "Winter Chimes" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

How to solve a 3TB hard drive showing up as 746gb

How to solve a 3TB hard drive showing up as 746gb

How to solve a 3TB hard drive showing up as 746gb, after much searchingthe best way and simplest solution is to download intel rst 10.1, just search for this, and download it. This is the link, install then restart and your hard drive shows up full size https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=20104

Fixed - 3TB Drive Only Shows 2TB

Fixed - 3TB Drive Only Shows  2TB

3TB drive only shows 2TB? 3TB drive but we can only use 2TB? Now, what should we do? How to fully use the 2TB drive? In general, if you want to use 3TB drive space, you can convert your disk from MBR to GPT for MBR disk has 2TB limitation. Download and install MiniTool Partition Wizard, and then launch it. Choose the MBR disk you want to convert. Select "Convert MBR Disk to GPT Disk" function. Click on "Apply" button in order to carry out pending operations

how to wd external hhd open on windows xp

how to wd external hhd open on windows xp

how to wd external hhd open on windows xp wd External HDD || USB device not Supported in windows xp [Solution wd quick drive formet download link - https://support.wdc.com/knowledgebase/answer.aspx?ID=1695] channel link- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIV8wYE0jDoCoLMttFvYyqQ

Activate 3TB or 4TB in Windows XP (Slideshow)

Activate 3TB or 4TB in Windows XP (Slideshow)

Do you like your Windows XP? So do I! But the memory run out is a problem as all programs are getting bigger and everything else as well. I quickly run out of space by using my 2009 laptop. I had bought a 3TB Toshiba HDD 7200rpm 64MB and connected it through an external USB hub. So it makes things a little bit complicated but it works! I am a normal advance user and I had tried 7, 8 & 10 and I do not think they are as good as XP in term of smooth operation(less troubles). Therefore, 2 of 3 computers that I had are still running Windows XP. I am only a user and I do not use my computer to do extensive works with servers so Windows XP will be just fine. I had been trying for many different ways(including Seagate DiscWizard, Hitachi GPT, Paragon GPT, Ext2Fsd, update BIOS to UEFI etc.) and other methods by using the information on the web. I had been reinstalling my windows many times, crashed for many times... For 3 days, I crashed and tried and there is no simple straightforward way in the net telling you how until now. Email me at summersnowlegend@yahoo.com for the files you want to purchase. Finally I found the right ways and all concluded in the above link. You do not need anything else except these simple 10 steps with a small program(reputable third party software). No experience needed and it works! I tried it again and again on different computers on Windows XP(SP3) without touching any BIOS/UEFI. However, you will need to pay for a small price via PayPal. I like my Windows XP and would like to keep using it until I really have to change to Window 11? Hey, it is a small price to pay considering all the troubles to upgrade Windows XP to Windows 8 or 10. By the way, the payment went through PayPal so the merchant does not have the payment details. It is a tiny legitimate merchant in Australia registered with the government. So no tricks/scams and the website is under http://, just try this as your last resource before you throw away your Windows XP! Email me at summersnowlegend@yahoo.com for the files you want to purchase.

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