older bios supports hard drive until 8.4 G HD space..

The question is newer bios can support until how many harddisk spaces?
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heaneeAuthor Commented:
Generally, newer BIOS configurations should support at least the same as the latest operating systems.  The latest being Windows 98, and it supports up to 20Terabytes.

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A newer BIOS that can support int 13 calls will support up to
127 GB Hard Disk Space.

The FAT32 operating system will support 2 TERABYTES
(2048 GB) Hard Disk Space in one partition.

If you would like your motherboard to support fully up to
the new 127GB standard, purchase you a replacement
My bad...please reject my answer as I hit the wrong checkbox...  OOPS.  And plus I didn't exactly target your question, did I? :-)
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