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How to access UN-formatted hard-disk(same in which Ubuntu is installed)space in Ubuntu to create partitions to be used in Ubuntu?

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I'm almost certain you don't actually want to do this. What are you trying to accomplish? – Daniel Beck Oct 1 '11 at 18:10
i have 50GB unformatted HDD space.Just want use it in my preinstalled Ubuntu by creating partitions. – Navid Oct 2 '11 at 8:51

You can install gparted and follow this:

Or use fdisk on command line:

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Thanks DavidEG. Its Usefull.I read all articles. – Navid Oct 2 '11 at 7:40

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