I just bought a Seagate 4TB USB HDD, and I know I need to use the GPT partition table to get the full use of it, as opposed to MBR. I was asking in Steve6375's Easy2Boot development discussion thread awhile back, and he recommended using MBR.
I don't see why I cant just as easily use a GPT drive for booting with E2B. Maybe I need to create a hybrid MBR/GPT on the disk? I want to use it for booting as well as storing static data, with dedicated partitions for each.
If the removable bit can be "flipped", then surely the fixed bit can be "flipped" too? I'm also not sure whether the drive would be classified as a fixed disk or a removable disk, since it is a HDD rather than USB flash.
Any such methods would probably only be relevant to Windows, any other OS would have its' own way of determining this?
If this won't work, I'll probably just buy a 128GB USB flash as well.