Divide (something) up, or partition or divide (something) again.
More example sentences
- It allows you to make the drive bootable, and you can also repartition the disk here, although any data resident at the time will be lost.
- While some company policies will require the IT department to repartition a drive, it's comforting to realize that even non-technical users can repartition a drives should that become necessary.
- The email gave explicit, step by step instructions on how to reformat and repartition a hard drive using a series of Boot disks and DOS based commands.
Definition of repartition in:
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