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comment Cannot create partition on disk using PowerShell: “New-Partition : Not enough available capacity”
As I remember, I didn't manage to solve this. The problem is probably caused by my disk being a USB flash drive.
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Apr
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comment PowerShell doesn't like the -AssignDriveLetter option of the New-Partition cmdlet
@August, $disk is Microsoft.Management.Infrastructure.CimInstance#ROOT/Microsoft/Windows/Storage/‌​MSFT_Disk which I got from the Get-Disk cmdlet. I've updated my question to indicate this.
Apr
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comment PowerShell doesn't like the -AssignDriveLetter option of the New-Partition cmdlet
@August I've already closed the console. What are you interested in? It's just a normal (flash) drive without partitions (after Clear-Disk).
Mar
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comment PowerShell doesn't like the -AssignDriveLetter option of the New-Partition cmdlet
Yes. But they are different questions, so I split them.
Mar
31
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asked Cannot create partition on disk using PowerShell: “New-Partition : Not enough available capacity”
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asked Cannot initialize disk in PowerShell : Initialize-Disk throws “The disk has already been initialized”
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comment How can I mount a hard drive as read-only on Windows XP?
"There is no built-in mehanism to mount a filesystem read-only in Windows." That's rather wrong. See superuser.com/a/213015