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Old 12-27-2006, 11:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Arrow How to Use "diskpart" to Remove EISA Partition?

So one of my main harddrives has been changed to the deadly EISA partition. Unfortunately I have no idea how to get it back. So, looky here, I stumble across this:
which pretty much tells me what program to use to get rid of it.
So, I have a few questions.

+ How do I use diskpart to fix my EISA problem
+ Where can I download diskpart
+ If I can't download it from anywhere, what are some FREEWARE alternatives
+ By deleting the partition, would that be, pretty much, formatting the partition
+If so, how can I just change the EISA partition back to a regular non-EISA partition?

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I have just the thing! It's called Partition Commander 10 Professional. You will be able to perform any partitioning task you need. It also has the option to create a bootable cd for getting rid of EISA partitions.
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