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Format Iomega REV drive from the Windows 7 command line.

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I need a way of formatting an Iomega REV drive from a Windows 7 command line. This is due to the Iomega utility I used to use no longer being compatible with Windows 7 machines.
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by:Blowfelt82
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Note this is the equivelent of running the format command on the ImDrvCLI.exe executable provided by Iomega.
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Davis McCarn earned 500 total points
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Format <driveletter>: /Q /V:<volumelabel> /U /X

/Q is for a quick format; leave it out if you want to scan the media for bad sectors.
/V: Labels the media
/U is unconditional (may be obsolete)
/X forces a dismount if the drive is open in Windows.

You should also be able to do it by right-clicking the drive in Explorer and choosing Format or in Disk Management.
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