Gigabyte Unveils Utility To Allow Higher Storage Capacities On 32-Bit Systems

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Sometimes things get complicated and your old 32-bit machine can no longer handle the new array of 3 TB hard drives.

You see, 32-bit systems cannot easily run more than 2.19 TB of hard drive capacity. If this problem presents itself, you have two options: upgrade to a 64-bit system or unlock your Gigabyte motherboard with Gigabyte’s new unlock utility.

This only works if you have a Gigabyte mobo, but doesn’t everyone? The utility is free and available here.

[via xbitlabs]