1. Latest BIOS?
2. Set the HD as AUTO in the BIOS.
3. Use DELPART.EXE from http://www.bootdisk.com to clear that drive WARNING! POWER TOOL! IF YOU WIPE OUT THE WRONG DRIVE, THEN I CAN'T SAY I DIDN'T WARN YOU.
4. With over 64GB HARD DISKS, some users require the latest FDISK from MICROSOFT. The supplied one has a cosmetic defect and will not show the drive size.
I run Windows 98 SE with a 9Gb hd partitioned into 3 smaller drives (1 primary, 2 logical). I received the computer with this drive in this condition because they put the OS install disk on one of the partitions. I added a secondary hd from my old computer, one without an OS, and now windows sees this 80Gb hd as a 314MB drive. I would like to get rid of the extra partitions on the primary drive and get Windows to see my whole secondary hd. I have tried looking in CMOS for an LBA setting on it but there is none. Any advice?