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For computer file systems, fdisk is a command-line utility that provides disk partitioning functions. In versions of the Windows NT operating system line from Windows 2000 onwards, fdisk is replaced by more advanced tool called diskpart. Similar utilities exist for Unix-like systems.

Microsoft fdisk command page


Microsoft DOS fdisk command. About fdisk Availability Fdisk syntax Secret fdisk switches Fdisk examples Additional information FAT32 information Fdisk simulation Technical Support.

Additional information and examples on the Linux fdisk command.


Since util-linux-2.17, fdisk differentiates between logical and physical sector size. This option changes both sector sizes to sectorsize.

fdisk(8): Partition table manipulator for - Linux man page


fdisk doesn't understand GUID Partition Table (GPT) and it is not designed for large partitions.

fdisk [IT рабочие заметки]


fdisk -l. Linux. Выведет информацию о всех подключееных HDD, в числе и Flash USB.

FDISK.COM fdisk info


This is an attempt to direct people to more specific fdisk help/utilities.

Dos 7 Commands - Fdisk


To run the FDISK utility: FDISK [/X]. To display a summary of the partition structure on all hard drives: FDISK

Partitioning with fdisk


This section shows you how to actually partition your hard drive with the fdisk utility.

fdisk - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)


GNU fdisk. Table of contents.

fdisk - Linux Command - Unix Command


If possible, fdisk will obtain the disk geometry automatically.

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