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"3TB hard drive detecing as 800gb on Windows 10", I have a 3TB Toshiba hard drive that I previously used for my OMNINAS K20. I now need to use this drive to clonezilla one of my 1TB drives that is slowly dying. However when I clonezilla it, sees the 3TB drive as 800gb instead. So then hooked it up to my laptop and under disk management, it only sees it as 800gb too. When I view the disk under properties though, it sees the drive as 800gb free and 1.2gb used so at the minimum, I am running windows 10 64-bit OS andI know there's some issue with seeing it as a 3TB drive on windows but I should at least be able to format the drive to 2TB right? I am thinking that the OMNINAS program must have locked part of the drive away but I'm not sure if that's the case and if it is, how to get rid of it.

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