|ID||Article Title||Post Date|
||Formatting a GPT Protective Partition in Windows XP.||Mar-23-10|
|To format a GPT Protection Partition in Windows XP, follow these steps on how to use the Diskpart command-line utility:|
1) Open a Command window (Start > Run > cmd), then type in diskpart.
2) List your disks with list disk, then select the appropriate one with select disk X (with X the number of your disk as seen in the listing).
3) Issue a clean disk command to erase all information on the disk. You may be be able to use the disk again from the management console; if not, continue with a create partition primary\u8218 to sucessfully complete the process.
Note: Enter HELP at the Diskpart command prompt to see a list of all commands.
For further information on the Diskpart command review the following article at Microsoft's website:
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