I suspect you may need a BIOS upgrade before you will see the full drive. Check with your mobo manufacturer to see if it supports drives of that size. If I remember correctly, FDisk in Win98 will only partition up to 128Gb if that's all the BIOS supports?
Win98 has a problem with partitions in excess of 137GB and FDISK for win98 has a 64GB drive size limitation.
You can get FDISK for larger drives free at bootdisk.com or partition the drive using the software on the bootable cd provided by the drives manufacturer.
In addition, older motherboards may not natively support such a large drive and you may need to connect it to a PCI IDE controller or use the jumper on the drive to limit its apparrent size to something smaller.
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