Is at http://www.48bitlba.com
The 32GB limit is usually self-inflicted by those who select a FAT32 install partition. Unless you feel like paying up for PARTITION MAGIC (and even then thou shalt not exceed 127GB with XP!) you should read the above site and consider what road to take.
My road was to use AUTOSTREAMER to make a spiffy new XP SP2 CD which supports such a drive.
My issue which I'm hoping is a simple one is this: I recently bought a 200GB HD to replace my old 30GB one that was dead. Removed the old one and installed the new one, then went to run Windows Xp Pro install. when it went looking for a partition to install the OS on it could only find 32GB of unpartitioned space. I fired on and created a 32GB C: partition, assuming that once I'd installed service pack 2 and run the **** manager I could recover the lost space...this turned out to be not the case, even disc manager will only find 32GB on my 200GB disc....what am I doing wrong?