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How to Format any Removable Disk Using CMOD

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    Otodeluxe http://deluxejournal.com

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    Before you start reading this tutorial, please note that you are doing this at your own risk!

    This tutorial will guide you through the process of formating any type of removable disk e.g. a flash drive, mp3 player etc.

    Step 1
    Plug in the removable disk you want to format.


    Step 2
    Goto my computer and take note of the drive of the removable disk e.g. drive E: , C;

    Step 3
    Click on the start button and press R on your keyboard.

    Step 4
    Type in cmd (this should open the command prompt window)

    Step 5
    In the command prompt window type in format (space) the drive e.g. "format e:/q"

    Press enter again on the keyboard.

    After the formatting process is complete, type in the label you want to assign to your formatted removable disk and press enter.

    Finally, type in exit and press enter.

    Thats all! Thanks for reading.

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    You've done well by warning beforehand but still, anything in this life is a risk.

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    Screenshot pls. In step 5. :D

    Otodeluxe http://deluxejournal.com

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    Ok. Will try and bring up a screenshot once am on pc

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    pls can I format my phone too with d same procedure. Thanks

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    yes u can if only its a plug and play removable disk

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    folhenrry4flizzy Upcoming Guru

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    please enlighten me more on d label u talked about. God bless u
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    Insert Flash goto my computer  you will see the label which system assigned to your flash.
    Note that your local harddrive always come as label C
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    I learnt it 2008

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    there is also an easy way of formatting MMC

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    @oyawumi plz share that of MMC, thanks

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