Disco duros grandes nt 4

Tengo dos dd scsi en espejo de 72 gb cada uno, estoy instalando winnt 4, y quiero hacer 2 particiones una de 10 gb para el sistema y otra de 60 gb, es posibles hacer esto???, como lo hago si el tamaño maximo para nt es particiones de 4 gb??
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Es un poco mas complicado, te paso info de MS para que vayas viendo, pasame tu email para mandarte mas info.
If you are using the file allocation table (FAT) file system format on
Microsoft« Windows NT« operating system version 4.0, you can use partitions up
to 4 gigabytes (GB) in size. If you are doing MS-DOS-based installations
(Winnt.exe), you are limited to the MS-DOS maximum of 2 GB for the C: partition.
Windows NT 4.0 does not support FAT 32 partitions.
Alternatively, you can set up a 2-GB FAT primary partition and designate the rest
as Windows NT File System (NTFS) after installation.
If you want to set up partitions larger than 4 GB, you must use the ConvertNTFS
and ExtendOemPartition keys in Unattend.txt. The syntax for using these keys is
as follows:
[Unattended]
OemPreinstall = yes
Filesystem=ConvertNTFS
ExtendOemPartition=1
You can use this procedure to create an NTFS partition of up to 7.8 GB. (This
procedure is described in the Windows NT OEM Preinstallation Kit manual, on page
72.)
NOTES:
Winnt.exe unattended installation from an MS-DOS«-based FAT partition on a drive
bigger than 4 GB in size may cause NTFS corruption in some cases.
When Windows NT starts for the first time after the installation is completed,
NTFS corruption will be evident in an inability to successfully start because of
missing or corrupted files. If the corruption is severe enough, the computer may
stop responding during the GUI-mode portion of Setup, or various other error
messages may occur. These error messages vary from computer to computer but
usually concern file corruption or missing files on systems on which the files
actually do exist. The files are reported as damaged or missing because the
indexes for NTFS are not set up properly. The problem is that the drive is
larger than 4 GB.
When conversion to NTFS takes place, the mirror boot sector should be written to
the end of the disk, but the byte offset location is masked to within 4 GB of
hard-drive space because of a 32-bit calculation. This calculation is incorrect
and causes the NTFS index buffer to be overwritten.
To resolve this problem, obtain and include the latest service pack for Windows
NT version 4.0.

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