Question about Philips DVDR3575H/37
How format hard disk
Download a copy of Puppy Linux(your choice of several) .iso to your hard disk (or somebody else's if yours is caput). Burn (open) it to a CD-R using Brasero(Linux) or Nero(Windoze) don't use the M$ native utility.
Boot your new Puppy Linux using <puppy pfix=ram> at the startup prompt (omit <>). Find GPartEd from the menu and use that to format your hard disc which probably will show up as sda1.
You can format it to Fat32 or something else but this would be a great opportunity to get rid of the appalling M$ junk once and for all.
Posted on Nov 26, 2012
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