dqa327 March 1, 2012 at 12:29:52 Specs: Windows 7 Pro, Core i5 4096GB
I have an unformatted Seagate HDD 160GB (gotten for exchange after a faulty drive) which is currently detected as 60 GB disk (S-ATA drive). Disk manager also says it would only have 60GB (Windows, Generic Drive managers e.g.). However a Seagate tool reports the correct LBA values. is there a tool for setting the correct values to the disk control registers so it is detected at its full capacity again? Thanks in Advance to all.
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