Can i do a format in Windows 10????


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    Can i do a format in Windows 10????


    Without the windows 10 cd is it possible to do a format???
    and if so, can u tell me the steps???
    Thanks:)
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    georgemiller said: View Post
    Without the windows 10 cd is it possible to do a format???
    and if so, can u tell me the steps???
    Thanks:)
    You need to either use a DVD with Win10 on it or a USB flash drive.
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    and how am i supposed to have it? (pirate) ???
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  5. bobkn's Avatar
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    georgemiller said: View Post
    Without the windows 10 cd is it possible to do a format???
    and if so, can u tell me the steps???
    Thanks:)
    Do you mean formatting the boot drive? As others have posted, you'd need bootable install media, typically a DVD or (my preference) a USB flash drive.
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