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System formating i am from hyderabad can we do the complete system format number of times in a week

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  • kaberi Feb 21, 2009

    how doing formating in windows xp

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If I understand correctly ... you need to format a hard disc partition.
to do that, yo open My Computer, right-click on the partition and select Format. you'll get a small window. You can chose Quick Format, though I don't really recomend it. to start, click the button begin/start/format ... something like that.
Formating erases all data on the partition! be sure to copy everything you want to keep on another partition or CD.
Furthermore, you can not format the partition with the currently runnign operating system on it. for that, you need to do things a bit differently. Post if you'd like that info, too.

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Give me xp formating system please

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