quick DOS command question

lukeh182

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what does the command FORMAT D:/U do?? this would be on a HD with D being a second partition
 

KaosDG

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/U
Specifies an unconditional format of a disk. Unconditional formatting
destroys all existing data on a disk and prevents you from later
"unformatting" the disk. You should use /U if you have received read and
write errors during use of a disk. For information about unformatting a
disk, see the UNFORMAT command.
 
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