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FDISKFixed Disk (Microsoft disk partitioning utility)
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using FDISK, the inherent Windows software that does this, will destroy any data you have in that partition as it converts it.
Most Linux applications require users to use cryptic tools such as fdisk to partition their hard drive.
People think that they are erasing information when they, format the drive, or run FDISK on their hard drive.
If this is a brand new installation, use FDISK to partition C: and create a D: and possibly and E: drive.
GDISK is a command-line driven partitioning tool with functionality more robust than FDISK.