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at the MS-DOS command prompt to find out more. After using
Fdisk, you are prompted to restart the computer. Once back in
Windows 95, you can format the partitions by opening the My
Computer folder, selecting the new Drive icon and choosing Format
from the File menu.
With MS-DOS/Windows, you use the MS-DOS Fdisk program to
partition the disk followed by the MS-DOS Format command to
format the partitions. Use the MS-DOS Help command to find out
more about Fdisk and Format. See your MS-DOS/Windows
documentation for instructions on using MS-DOS Help.
When you run Fdisk, it assumes that you want to work with the first, or
master, drive (it says the
Current fixed disk drive
switch attention to the slave drive, choose
Select next fixed disk
(option 5) from the main menu.
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