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How to use DiskPart to clean and format drive not working on Windows 10

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How to use DiskPart to clean and format drive not working on Windows 10 - Use the cmd Diskpart to to format a drive.

How to use DiskPart to clean and format drive not working on Windows 10​

By Mauro Huculak
published 13 days ago
If a drive is causing problems on Windows 10, it could be a logical issue that can be fixed with a few commands.

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I have to admit, probably out of laziness, I have EaseUS Partition Master installed on every system I own. It will pretty much obliterate any type of formatting and protection I have ever encountered. Good for moving partitions too. I think I started using it when I had a thumb drive that defied formatting. Hotrod's instructions are a more noble way of doing just about anything and having better control over the operation. Sometime I do like slumming it
 

Hotrod369

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I have to admit, probably out of laziness, I have EaseUS Partition Master installed on every system I own. It will pretty much obliterate any type of formatting and protection I have ever encountered. Good for moving partitions too. I think I started using it when I had a thumb drive that defied formatting. Hotrod's instructions are a more noble way of doing just about anything and having better control over the operation. Sometime I do like slumming it
I use Partition Assistant for most of those operations but, almost always do my formatting with diskpart. Over the last year, I've gotten much used to doing things with a terminal. After doing things regularly for a while in a terminal you tend to memorize the most common commands and typing them in gets to be second nature.
 

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