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About Michael_M

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  1. Problem solved. Solution: Windows don't like formating my drive so I did it on Linux. 1. I made sure that disk is completely wiped out. 2. I created gpt on that drive( sudo parted /dev/sda mklabel gpt) - sda is the SATA drive 3. I created new partition ( sudo parted /dev/sda -- mkpart primary ntfs 3G -1s) 4. I did a full format of the disk using mkfs(sudo mkfs.ntfs /dev/sda1) And after booting up to Windows my drive is working. Crazyy... Thanks Jstudrawa for helping me
  2. I made one more check on this drive. I booted up live cd Linux distro (Manjaro). I was able to format drive (ext4) with fdisk, access it and write data on it. Wired.
  3. It is and it sometimes throws an error saying sth like "disk management is not up to date and can't perform this operation". Sometimes it works fine like this time but still formating takes forever.
  4. Yes I did. I tried formating from there and still same result. Here is how it looks like:
  5. Hi people, So I have recently bought Lenovo Legion Y530 with this specs: GPU: i7 8750H CPU: 1050 Ti 1 Drive(SATA): Adata su800 512 GB 2 Drive(M.2): Adata sx6000pnp 512 GB Board: Lenovo LNVNB 161216 Laptop works fine, I installed Windows 10 on M.2 drive(which I converted to GPT). After the installation I wanted to divide my SATA drive into 2 separate volumes. But explorer didn't see my drive at all. So I turned on diskpart to check what's going on. And here's what I saw(see Capture1.png). My guess was I just need to run this command: "format fs=ntfs quick" But after 20h of waiting I am still stuck on 0%. (see Capture2.png). I also tried to clean the disk but I get this error (see Capture3.png) and the drive disappeared(comes back after rebooting). I don't know what else can I do. I am afriad that the drive is physically corrupted. Do anybody have idea what's up with that?