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There are many references to this tool, which seems to be an advanced fdisk-like utility for microsoft OSes, available from Microsoft.

But searching support.microsoft.com provides now download! (unlike, for instance, sleep.exe which one can find that way.)

Please, O monks of the overflowing stack, guide me on my quest?

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your question is better suited for superuser.com. – Daniel A. White Nov 1 '10 at 22:32

anyway I figured out that I was looking for "diskpart" which I already have.

${QemuWiki} =~ s/\bpartedit\b/DiskPart/gi

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It's built in. Go to Start -> Run -> CMD ->OK, Type PartEdit and press Enter

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