Fdisk is one of the more commonly used MS-DOS commands, even today with Windows 95 and Windows 98. Fdisk allows the user to delete and/or create partitions on the hard disk drive.
MS-DOS 3.3x and below used fdisk.com
Configures a hard disk for use with MS-DOS.
FDISK [/STATUS] /X
/STATUS Displays partition information.
/XIgnores extended disk-access support (will not use LBA support). Use this switch if you receive one of the below symptoms.
Unable to access a drive from DOS versions prior to 7.
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