- Type disk management on start menu, or
- Right-click computer manage > disk management
- Open run window (Win + R), type diskmgmt.msc and press Enter.
Choose disk partition and click delete button. But for some EFI protected partitions, like this...
...you might see messages like below.
Then you can use a command line to fully format your disk.
Open your command prompt or powershell as admin. And type diskpart
So you can type list disk to list all available disks.
Select the correct disk to format.
So you can type clean to erase all disk.
And now the disk is fully formated.
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