I'm not completely solid in my understanding of the restrictions of installing / booting Windows with a huge system volume.
I have a Dell Precision T5500 Workstation based on BIOS, without the possibility of UEFI as far as I know.
Presently I have a 2 TB system volume (C:) with MBR partitioning. Works great.
But what if I wanted to make a 4 TB system volume?
The advantages would be that with more drives in the array making up the volume performance would be better, and also there would be a huge amount of free space.
What would the steps be to partition 4 TB of space using GPT? Would I be able to install Windows on it? Would it boot?
Thanks in advance for any wisdom and experience you are willing to share. There's surprisingly little how-to on this out there.