I have a drive that was formatted with some version of Snow Leopard. It would be bootable if it was in a MacBook.
I don't care about the information on the drive. I want to reformat it and use it as an external USB drive on my PC running XP.
I do not have access to a Mac.
When I connect the drive to the PC via USB, it (unsurprisingly) is not assigned a drive letter. I can see it in Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Disk Management, which says it's "Healthy (GPT Protective Partition)".
In Disk Management, I do not have the option to initialize, delete partition, or do anything else to the disk.
What free tool can I use to wipe the Apple formatting off of it, so that I can initialize, partition, and reformat it for Windows?