unformat command in DOS environment.
There are two ways to unformat in DOS:
1. Using FORMAT command to restore a hard drive
2. Using RECOVER command repartition a hard drive
The syntax is showing as bellow:
UNFORMAT drive: [/J]
UNFORMAT drive: [/L] [/TEST] [/P]
UNFORMAT /PARTN [/L]
drive: Specifies the drive to unformat.
/J Verifies that the mirror files agree with the systeminformation on the disk.
/U Unformats without using MIRROR files.
/L Lists all file and directory names found, or, when used withthe /PARTN switch, displays current partition tables.
/TEST Displays information but does not write changes to disk.
/P Sends output messages to printer connected to LPT1.
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