nowadays at these times my 1TB internal & 300GB external storage are not enough so yesterday I've bought myself one Seagate Expansion Desktop 4TB which worked just fine and I've put a lots of data in it already. However - today when I started my computer it got stuck instantly at MB splash screen, even before POST. When I disconnected that external HDD and restarted my computer it booted instantly and just fine. If it was problem with BIOS disk boot priorities it would show me an error that there's no Windows allocated on Disk G: etc.. so boot priority is not the problem. So I'm asking here don't you know where the problem lies? Is it possible that maybe my old ASUS P55US3L does not support 5.3TB of space? Which is bollocks in my opinion as it's running just fine till i reboot.
Thanks in advance!
Here are some tech specs:
N760 TF 2GD5/OC
WD Blue 1TB w/ Windows 10 & WD Passport 300GB
Edited by d4nyi, 28 November 2017 - 04:44 AM.