Dynamic drive overlay

storage, software
(DDO) Software to allow a system BIOS that does not support Logical Block Addressing to access drives larger than 528 MB.
The alternatives are to update the system BIOS or install an EIDE controller card with a suitable on-board BIOS.
Seagate (http://seagate.com/support/disc/drivers/discfile.shtml).


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