Inside was an 80Giger, but when I load it up, the BIOS and OS calls it an 30Giger. Even when I go into the BIOS, it also sees the drive as a 30Gig drive. If the Hard Drive description
I haven't booted the machine yet, and me fiddling with the files, probably damaged the OS. The machine is a 2Ghz DELL, standard ( I guess ).
The drive had some smaller partition that was not being displayed. It had a "special name" for that smal bit of FAT16 part, however I deleted and reformatted the small partisan. So I forget the name. Seeing the contents, it looks like a couple of DELL files.
It has a standard unparted space of 13MB as most NTFS systems have.
I am confused, did somebody on purposely mislabeled the drive, or has somebody changed the official storage amount of this drive, for some reason???
I am just curious and all, because this is the first time I have seen an official label with incorrect information about a drive.
Is their a tool, program, command, etc I can do in order to get the rest of the 50Gigs, to show up?
I am unconvinced, deleting the partitian will not slove anything because, the BIOS is showing it as 30Gigs. This is not a 30gig drive, it is marked as 80gig with the official acid-tag and everything.
Edited by ROTS, 18 October 2013 - 04:07 PM.