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This is kind of off the subject but, I have recently got a 30 gb HD and have loaded an image onto it from a 2 gb HD, My HD now has a identity crisis and thinks it only has 2 gb, dose any 1 know how to fix it without downloading partition magic?

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The rest of the space probably just isn''t partitioned. So, it''s still there, but unusable. If you''re using Win9x use fdisk (command line) to partition it. If you''re using Win2K go to Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Computer Management, then Storage->Disk Management and partition it. I don''t know what you''re do in WinME or WinNT, but I''m sure it can''t be too hard.

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