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    Angry My answer has disappeared.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1990873

    My answer has disappeared.
    There was no warning message.
    Why Is it far? ..

    ext4 ntfs system changes in the system

    sudo mkfs.ntfs -f /dev/sdc1
    This answer is incorrect?

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    Re: My answer has disappeared.

    Forum DOs and DON'Ts
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    Re: My answer has disappeared.

    Answer Thank you.

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    Re: My answer has disappeared.

    Quote Originally Posted by oklokl View Post
    Answer Thank you.
    I'm relieved to hear that there is no more misunderstanding
    sudo parted-l
    You can see information from the user.

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    Re: My answer has disappeared.

    Quote Originally Posted by oklokl View Post
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1990873

    My answer has disappeared.
    There was no warning message.
    Why Is it far? ..

    ext4 ntfs system changes in the system

    sudo mkfs.ntfs -f /dev/sdc1
    This answer is incorrect?
    Your thread was jailed as you posted commands without sufficient explanation of what "/dev/sdc1" means and without knowing that this is (was) the correct partition to format.

    Obviously formatting the wrong partition may result in data loss, so your post was jailed.

    You were sent a PM explaining this to you:

    Your answer was dangerous with the potential to overwrite someone's data.

    It was aimed at an unknown partition and you offered no explanation as to what it might do, how risky it is and how to check which partition is which.

    For those reasons it was jailed.
    Apparently there was a delay in the PM, sorry about that, but hopefully it is clear to you now.

    In the future take a little more time to explain your commands.
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