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Format Partition


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    About "Format Partition"

    By making use of this feature, users can clear partition data and then reconfigure parameters for the specified partition so as to meet actual demands. Attention: Formatting will destroy all data in the target partition. If the system partition or start partition is formatted, the current OS will fail to boot properly.

    How to Format Partition

    1.Among the listed ways, choose a preferred one to start partition formatting operation.

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    Case 1. Select target partition from disk mapping area and click "Format Partition" from left action panel.

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    Case 2. Choose the partition needing to be reformatted and click under "Partition" > "Format".

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    Case 3. Select partition needing formatting operation and click "Format" option in Toolbar.

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    Case 4. Right click target partition and click "Format" from pop-up menu.

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    2.In this interface, users can specify partition label, file system and cluster size for the chosen partition. Here, "Default" for Cluster Size option is highly recommended. After settings are done, users need to click "OK" button to go back to main interface of the software.

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    3.The exact partition reformatting effect is displayed in this interface. If it is satisfying, users can click "Apply" button to let the software execute format command.

    Corresponding MiniTool Partition Wizard tutorial for partition reformatting is demonstrated as above.