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A Solid State Drive (SSD) is a type of disk that stores mediums in a computer. It has many advantages over traditional hard disks.
To store data, an SSD, like a hard disk, must be divided into one or more partitions. As a result, formatting an SSD further entails formatting the SSD partition.
As SSDs become more popular, formatting or reformatting is becoming more important. A computer, for example, may become slow after being used for a long period.
A large number of corrupt files, ineffective programs, accumulating viruses, and so on can all cause issues. You may require a clean installation of Windows.
In that case, proper SSD formatting is a good option, as it will clean the SSD so that you really can get rid of a virus, make your computer run faster, or upgrade the system.
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Before formatting an SSD, keep in mind that formatting means erasing everything. So, if you have critical data on an SSD, please back it up first.
Press "Win+R" to open the "Run" box, then type "diskmgmt.msc" to launch Disk Management.
Right-click the SSD partition you want to format and select "Format."
In the pop-up window, you can change settings such as changing the file system, labeling the partition, and performing a quick format. Then press the "OK" button.
A data loss warning will appear. To execute, click "OK" after your confirmation.
Tips: Only partitions with a size of less than or equal to 32GB can be formatted from New Technology File System (NTFS) to File Allocation Table32 (FAT32) using Disk Management.
Press "Win+R" to open the "Run" box, then type "cmd" to launch Command Prompt.
Note: To format an SSD from the BIOS, you must first access Command Prompt from the BIOS. A Windows Installation Disc, Advanced Startup Disc, or Repair Disc will come in handy. Then, run the following commands to format the SSD.
Enter the following syntax one at a time, pressing Enter after every command;
· list volume
· choose volume n (where n is the partition number of your SSD drive)
· format fs=ntfs quick label=test (or "fs=fat32" to format SSD to FAT32)
Tips: To clean an SSD drive, use the following syntax: diskpart > list disks > select disk n (where n is the number of the SSD's disk) > clean > exit
The system partition and boot partition cannot be formatted using Windows' built-in tools. When you right-click C drive, you'll notice that the "Format" option is greyed out.
However, if you need to format the system partition for a clean Windows installation, you can do so with the help of a third-party partition manager, which will provide a utility that allows users to create a bootable USB/CD to start your PC from Windows PE, where you can format the system partition.
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