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How do I format a drive that was in a windows storage pool

Go to solution Solved by Oshino Shinobu,

Elevated CMD:

 

diskpart
list disk
(replace "disk 1" with the correct disk for you)
select disk 1
clean

 

Then you should be able to manage it normally either through Diskpart of Disk Management GUI.

I had this windows storage pool that had a 1tb hdd and a 750g hdd.

I took the 1tb out and only just found it. Want to use it in my pc

It wont let me create volumes on it. It gives me the error 

 

"There is not enough space on the disk to complete this operation"

Does anyone know how to fix this issue?

System

 

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600

Case: Phanteks eclipse P400A

Motherboard: MSI B550 Gaming Carbon WiFi

GPU: MSI RTX 3060 TI Gaming X Trio

RAM: 16GB XPG D60G CL16 3200MHZ

PSU: Sharkoon SilentStorm Cool Zero 650W

Storage: Crucial P2 1TB

 

 

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Elevated CMD:

 

diskpart
list disk
(replace "disk 1" with the correct disk for you)
select disk 1
clean

 

Then you should be able to manage it normally either through Diskpart of Disk Management GUI.

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8 minutes ago, Oshino Shinobu said:

Elevated CMD:

 


diskpart
list disk
(replace "disk 1" with the correct disk for you)
select disk 1
clean

 

Then you should be able to manage it normally either through Diskpart of Disk Management GUI.

worked perfectly, thanks very much

System

 

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600

Case: Phanteks eclipse P400A

Motherboard: MSI B550 Gaming Carbon WiFi

GPU: MSI RTX 3060 TI Gaming X Trio

RAM: 16GB XPG D60G CL16 3200MHZ

PSU: Sharkoon SilentStorm Cool Zero 650W

Storage: Crucial P2 1TB

 

 

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