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One sure way of getting rid of it is to low-level format the hard disk, run FDISK to re-establish the Partition Table, then high-level format.
It hadles drives partitioned with the DOS FDISK program with no problem.
With my operating system disk still in drive A, I ran the DOS FDISK command from the A[greater than] prompt.
There is one difference between the FDISK command on DOS 4.
Recover the intial disk configuration using the FDISK and FORMAT commands or follow the instructions specific to your hardware.