UEFI option? I thought UEFI was the replacement for the BIOS standard (evolution, new standard).
This HD is not supposed to be my Windows HD, but a full NFTS or Ext4 storage disk, I would have to format it on 1 Tb partitions on another MB before plugging it on the D945GCLF2?
I do have a PCI board with 4 sata's on the D945GCLF2, if I'm not mistaken it does support HD's up to 2Tb, not sure about 3Tb.
Even if it is supposed to be a storage data disk, the D945GCLF2 can't address a HD larger them 1Tb?
I got it now, when you say UEFI you really mean the "specific" GPT (GUID Partition Table), which is the evolution of MBR and the ability to boot from a disk larger then 2 Tb.
Ok, now going back to the original question "remade":
Will a 3 Tb disk (used only for storage, NTFS or Ext4) work on Intel D945GCLF2 board? (4 Tb disk will work?) OS is win 7 64 bits.
This information is no where to be found on any intel manuals I did read. On the internet people do say that for data disk it is not BIOS related (but OS related), my doubt is more hardware-related, I would like to be sure before buying.