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For instance: gdisk /batch:/batch:Where the contents of the file are the numbers of the physical disks (each number on a separate line): 1 2 Switches for GDisk operations Here are the GDisk switches, as provided by the Gdisk /? [/CRE|/DEL|/STATUS|/ACT|/[-]HIDE|/MBR|/BATCH] GDisk /? /ACT This command displays the command-line format for the /ACT operation. /CRE This command displays the command-line format for the /CRE operation.The /CRE command creates fixed disk partitions and logical drives.For example, the following syntax is correct: /inifile:Displaying GDisk help General help is available by using the ? Help on a particular operation is available by using the switch for the operation without additional parameters. For instance, the following command displays information regarding deleting partitions: gdisk /?/del Using GDisk in batch mode The batch mode switch, /BATCH, allows GDisk to perform multiple operations with a single command.Example of a batch file The following command runs the batch file to perform GDisk operations on disk 2, without prompting for confirmation: gdisk 2 /y /batch:The file two-new.gg, with the following contents, deletes all partitions and creates two new ones on the second fixed disk. Note that, in this example, the commands do not specify the fixed disk on each line: # Delete all partitions /del /all # Create a new FAT16 primary DOS partition and format it /cre /pri /-32 /for /q /cre /ext # Create a new FAT16 logical DOS partition and format it /cre /log /-32 /for /q When GDisk runs, it appends the contents of the batch file to the initial command line, performing each of the following commands in sequence: gdisk 2 /y /del /all gdisk 2 /y /cre /pri /-32 /for /q gdisk 2 /y /cre /ext gdisk 2 /y /cre /log /-32 /for /q Nested batch files A batch file can call another batch file. ]]
This document describes the options available for each operation.GDisk32 Norton Ghost 2002, 2003, and Symantec Ghost 7.5, 8.x include two versions of GDisk: and GDisk32GDisk32is a 32 bit program that can be run from within a DOS virtual computer./HIDE This command displays the command-line format for the /HIDE operation.The /HIDE command hides a regular partition or un-hides a hidden partition.