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That is a DOS exe / command to make changes on hard drives, including partitions. Can not be used within an active Windows drive to make changes on itself. It's like having heart surgery, but you're the surgeon. Just can't be done.
Besides you don't really need it, unless you are working with Win 95 - 98 and floppy's. Instead use the advance options from an installation disc to delete / create partitions. To make changes on an additional drive within windows use diskmgmt.msc in the run /search box.
First go to "edit" button (at the top) and select "select all" then from the menu on the left select "copy to" which will open a screen allowing you to choose the location and folder you want to send them to.
Hello, well, you need to install a pdf reader. pdf stands for Portable Document File and is provided free by the company called Adobe Acrobat. Just Google for 'pdf reader' and download and install that first.
By the way, you don't 'run' a pdf file, you 'open' it. Maybe you already have Adobe Acrobat reader, but have never used it so your computer doesn't 'know' what to do with a pdf file. So, right-click on the pdf file that you downloaded, and select 'open with' and look to see if you have Adobe Acrobat as an option. Then try selecting it. If you don't have itas an option then look for the free download.