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[* black] The following two steps are '''only''' necessary if your drive's partition is set incorrectly.icon_caution] '''Erasing a partition will permanently erase all information stored inside.'''
[* red] Select the partitionClick on the drive and click the "-" buttonlist under "Partition Layout."
[* orange] When prompted, click the "Remove" button to remove the drive's existing partitions.
[* yellow] Once the partitions have been removed, click the "Options..." button.
Select "1 Partition."
[* black] The following two steps are '''only''' necessary if your drive's partition is set incorrectly.icon_caution] '''Erasing a partition will permanently erase all information stored inside.'''
[* red] Select the partitionClick on the drive and click the "-" buttonlist under "Partition Layout."
[* orange] When prompted, click the "Remove" button to remove the drive's existing partitions.
[* yellow] Once the partitions have been removed, click the "Options..." button.
Select "1 Partition."

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