Thanks for the pointer, the whole drive gets recognised now.

The leaflet (that came with the hdd) calls
"Master with limit capacity in upper 32GB
 (capacity > 32 GB)"
"Pin Setting (32 GB Clip Pin Setting)".

Anyway, it works.
Thanks.

lars wrote:
I've set my hdd to
"Cable Select in upper 32GB
(capacity > 32 GB)" at the moment.
I'll try
"Master with limit capacity in upper 32GB
(capacity > 32 GB)" next, brb.

Nathan Kinkade wrote:

On Sun, Feb 09, 2003 at 08:45:49PM +0100, lars wrote:

Hi all,

When I want to install FreeBSD 4.7
on a 120gb Samsung Spinpoint hdd,
on a Asus p4t533 motherboard (Intel 850e),
only 32 gb are recognised by the installer.

Any help would be appreciated,
Lars.


Could it be a jumper setting issue? See
http://www.samsungelectronics.com/hdd/support/user_guide/user_guide_02.html

I wonder if this is some sort hack so that the drive might work with
old broken Windows boxes that might not support more than 32GB.

Nathan



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