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Originally Posted by tryceo View Post
The thing is, though, he had it before. It was fine like 3 weeks ago, with the full 300GB space, but I don't really know what he did to make it like this.
First, I had the application wrong. You should use HDAT2. That is the one I used to successfully get rid of HPA. It is worth taking a look just to make sure.

It is good to have a bootable flash drive anyway. You can use HPUSBFW_v2.2.3.exe (google it) to make your bootable flash drive and then put all the tools you need on to it.

It is possible that some type of malware created a host protected area somehow. It is even possible that it is being accessed remotely. Unlikely though.
Edited by Majestic_Lizard - 6/4/11 at 5:13pm
    
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