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DOS2NTFS utility; where can I get it?

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I need to find a tool to read and to delete NTFS partitions
after a DOS floppy, boot.
I read about the DELPART.EXE tool and about the
DOS2NTFS redirector utility.

Where can I get it (if legal: a email with the desired
attachments to mosi@euronet.nl , would be a perfect
answer)
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http://www.ntinternals.com/ntfs13.htm
This is the DOS2NTFS utility

http://www.uccs.edu/~ewsmith/nt.html
is the DELPART utility

put up a comment if you need me to email them to you.

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