hard drive size not properly detected
Well, I built one gaming machine, and now, almost a year later, I decided to make one for my wife. Problem is, I got her a different hard drive from mine and windows isn't detecting its full size.
The drive is a Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 320GB SATA drive. The build went fine (thank you again, Fozzik!), and when we got into the BIOS at first, it detected the hard drive fine and saw the 320 gigs. Then, we installed Windows from an older xp version disk that we have taken off one of our older computers. She wanted to partition during the install, but it was only seeing 127 gigs. We found this odd and thought maybe it was because the version of Windows pre-dated sp1 and sp2, so we went ahead and installed windows, then did every possible update for it. Still, the BIOS sees the 320, but windows does not.
We decided that maybe the BIOS needed an update, so we tried that too and installed everything off the motherboard CD that we could, to make sure it had all possible drivers. No dice.
Can anyone suggest what else we can do to get Windows to see the right number of gigs on this drive?