You should not have an issue with a 1TB or 2TB hard drive. You have a legacy BIOS and this requires a hard drive formatted with the MBR partition scheme. Where you may have an issue is with a 3TB or 4TB drive. These driver require a GPT partition scheme as MBR would only detect 2TB.
Sometimes there are issues with a GPT disk and a legacy BIOS. You can read about the issues in the below link. I would not recommend using a 3TB or 4TB hard drive on your motherboard. GPT can only boot from a UEFI computer for Windows 7 and above per Microsoft.
Can Windows XP x64 read, write, and boot from GPT disks?
Windows XP x64 Edition can use GPT disks for data only.
Can the 32-bit version of Windows XP read, write, and boot from GPT disks?
No. The 32-bit version will see only the Protective MBR. The EE partition will not be mounted or otherwise exposed to application software.
Can the 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2003 read, write, and boot from GPT disks?
Starting with Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, all versions of Windows Server can use GPT partitioned disks for data. Booting is only supported for 64-bit editions on Itanium-based systems.
Can Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008 read, write, and boot from GPT disks?
Yes, all versions can use GPT partitioned disks for data. Booting is only supported for 64-bit editions on UEFI-based systems.
Can Windows 2000, Windows NT 4, or Windows 95/98 read, write, and boot from GPT?
No. Again, legacy software will see only the Protective MBR.
Edited by JohnC_21, 19 June 2017 - 04:55 PM.