I've got a GIGANTIC one, what about you?

  powerless 18:54 19 Mar 2004

Windows XP, My computer, View, Arrange Icons by, Total Size...





There is a point to this, what does XP recognise a "really big" HDD as?

  Nellie2 19:02 19 Mar 2004

I've got a large one, a huge one and an unspecified one........ hmmmm!

  alan227 19:06 19 Mar 2004

Same as nell large, huge & unspecified.

  christmascracker 19:21 19 Mar 2004

I've got two gigantic ones and 7 unspecified ones!!

  holly polly 19:23 19 Mar 2004

mines a medium one but as me dad told me its how you use it what counts -hol pol...

  roygbiv 19:31 19 Mar 2004


but as holly polly says "its all in how you use it "

  norman47 19:35 19 Mar 2004

Just the same as Nellie2 and alan227.

But at least I can walk un-hindered.

  Monkey Hanger 19:50 19 Mar 2004

What are your specifications to reach your " gigantic size"?

Like others mine is referred to as huge, but it's only a partitioned section of a 80gig drive. At 52 gig I would of thought that it would be just, well, medium.

  Sir Radfordin 19:50 19 Mar 2004

I've got:

1x medium
7x large
1x huge
7x unspecified

Which I'd say is fairly good going for a PC with one hard drive, 2 CDROM drives and a floppy disk drive!

  bvw in bristol 19:51 19 Mar 2004

Medium 3GB

Huge 68GB

Gigantic 78GB

....on here.

  clayton 19:57 19 Mar 2004

I have Gigantic & unspecified.

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