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Dell EISA partition, how to remove



 
 
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Old October 22nd 04, 06:45 PM
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Default Dell EISA partition, how to remove

I've been trying to reload Windows XP Pro on a Dell computer.
It has a small 31mb "EISA configuration" boot partition.
My Windows XP can not remove it.
What program can ?



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Old October 23rd 04, 05:16 AM
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Used Western Digitals utilities (win version), removed that funny EISA
partition

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I've been trying to reload Windows XP Pro on a Dell computer.
It has a small 31mb "EISA configuration" boot partition.
My Windows XP can not remove it.
What program can ?






 




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