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FDISK(operating system, tool)
(Fixed disk utility) An MS-DOS utility program which prepares a hard disk so that it can be used as a boot disk and file systems can be created on it. OS/2, NT, Windows 95, Linux, and other Unix versions all have this command or something similar.
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FDISKA DOS/Windows utility that is used to partition a hard disk, which is necessary before high-level formatting. See format program.
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