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comment Multiple monitors broken with Windows 10 upgrade
@zeel As I said, trying to uninstall or reinstall drivers never worked for me. 1. Make sure your machine is connected to internet, 2. Go to device manager and right-click Ndivia graphics card and select upgrade driver. It will ask you to reboot. Then it worked.
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answered Multiple monitors broken with Windows 10 upgrade
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accepted Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
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comment Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
@DanielB Yes, AHCI is set According to Dell's Tech Support, this seems to be a known issue with this board. He said BOIS should be UEFI to see 4 TB drive's full capacity but there is no UEFI BIOS for this board.
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comment Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
@Ramhound I have 3 internal (1 SDD and 2 HDD) and 1 external. I am listening
May
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comment Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
@DanielB yeah, I guess that's the next thing I need to do. Thanks.
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comment Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
@Ramhound Done.
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comment Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
@Psycogeek In my case, there is just single 1.6 TB drive from the beginning.
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comment Windows 7 recognizes 4 TB hard drive as 1.6 TB even with recommended settings
@Psycogeek Thanks for your comment. I might have set it MBR first. I tried repartition the drive in computer management. So does that mean that I need to repartition with some other tools?
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