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    hey i am trying to do a qucik format on a 2 tb external hard drive that was full how long should this take its been going now for 20 mins and it hasent moved... i checked the lights on the hard drive and they are flashing

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    That may take a while... go grab a coffee!
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    i looked into it and its at raw now instead of ntfs ?

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    Just go to admin tools, then computer management, then select "storage".
    Use that to delete the partition. Make a new partition, and format that.

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    Depends on how you are formatting the drive it will take a while. Should have used Disk managment in windows 7. Would have been done in 2 minutes. Sometimes Ill start the windows 7 installation disk just to format large drives. It doesnt really format it. Just makes it look like it so you can use it like a blank drive.
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    just sits there is there any way to change it back to ntfs not raw that its in i think thgats my problem

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    Yes try either of the 2 methods I listed above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Yes try either of the 2 methods I listed above.
    i sent u a inbox

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