I have a question that seems to be tough to get a clear answer to. I have a Millennia Max 450 PC that I bought from Micron in 1998, running Windows 98SE. I am in the process of upgrading components and would like to install a little bigger hard drive than what came with it. It has a IBM Titan 8.4GB 5400 RPM Ultra DMA/33 IDE Drive. The motherboard is a Intel Seattle 2 P II 440BX ATX board SE440BX2. The cpu is a Intel Pentium II 450. There are BIOS updates that were issued in 1999 but flashing a BIOS scares me a bit. How big can I go and what to you think of overlays instead of BIOS flashing, if that is what is needed in the first place. I'm only looking to bump up to 20 or 30GB's. It's going to be a starter PC for my daughter. It's fast with 384MB RAM, a 64MB AGP graphics card, a DVD decoder card, and a 19" CRT. I would appreciate any help you can give me on this issue. I've asked around concerning this issue and nobody will say for sure how much bigger I can go. Also, if a bigger drive can be installed, does it have to be Ultra DMA/33? Will a regular IDE drive work okay? Thanks again for your help.