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Linux Hard Drive Partitioning

PoormanPoorman Member Posts: 13
When I get into the partion area, I type in fdisk.

It says i will not be able to make changes to the exisiting partition. I than type in n, for new. P for partition, 1 for partition 1. It than says i have only 1-1 able to partition, in other words, the default begining is 1 and the end is one. If i try to partition a second area, it says i have no room. Is there anything I can do to completely blank my hard drive and start over from scratch again??


Poorman

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  • PoormanPoorman Member Posts: 13
    : When I get into the partion area, I type in fdisk.
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    : It says i will not be able to make changes to the exisiting partition. I than type in n, for new. P for partition, 1 for partition 1. It than says i have only 1-1 able to partition, in other words, the default begining is 1 and the end is one. If i try to partition a second area, it says i have no room. Is there anything I can do to completely blank my hard drive and start over from scratch again??
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    : Poorman
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    Nevermind. God I am a moron sometimes

    Poorman

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