The installer in XP is limited to 127GB as noted at many sites like http://www.48bitlba.com .
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I just installed a 300GB SATA hard drive into my PC and I am trying to partition it under NTFS and re-install Windows XP. I like to everything on the "C:" drive and then have a separate drive to save important files on (like a "D:" drive). However, during WinXP install from DOS I am only allowed to have 130GB available, and if I try to make larger partitions with the included software, WinXP won't install. Is there any way to get around this issue? Can I create a large C: partition and a smalled D: partition before I install WinXP?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!