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Super Fdisk 1.0

Publisher:YIWO Tech Ltd
Requirements:16 RAM
Install:Install and Uninstall
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Publisher's Description:

Super Fdisk - Super Fdisk is the DOS version of EASEUS Partition Manager. With Super Fdisk you can quickly and easily create, delete, format partitions in DOS system.

If you want to manage your partitions in Windows 2000/XP/2003, we suggest you try EASEUS Partition Manager.

With the Super Fdisk you can quickly and easily create, delete, format partitions on IDE/ATA/SATA/SCSI hard disk drives without destroying data DOS system. Super Fdisk can be installed on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003 and it is easy to create emergency floppy disk or burn bootable CD to manage partitions.

With SUPER FDISK you can:

- Create primary, extended and logical partitions

- Delete primary, extended and logical partitions

- Format FAT partitions

- Backup or Restore the MBR, Partition Table, Boot sector

- Hide and unhide FAT, NTFS/HPFS, EXT2, EXT3, SWAP partitions

- Activate/deactivate a partition

- Show the partition table

- Show characteristics of hard disks

- Erase MBR for a hard disk

in a highly flexible and comfortable way from the GRAPHICS.

SUPER FDISK supports all partition types. The original FDISK program doesn't allow you to create more than one primary partition. SUPER FDISK does, therefore it's a powerful tool for creating any combinations of partitions. This can be extremely useful for system administrators and OS deployment.

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Version 1.0 from 2004-04-29


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Latest User Reviews:

Donmjk 2011-05-19 21:26:26 #
Version: 1.0

I found that I was getting a somewhat cryptic error message at startup.

"Error:Partition 1 on harddisk 1 is not UNKNOWN.
The system is FAT16
Do you want to correct the error?"

Although I was not sure what that meant, clicked yes and got similar messages for the other two partitions. After clicking yes, I got to the main program.

I think it was indicating the wrong partition as the boot partition, but could not find out how to correct it.

What I really need to do is re-create / repair the MBR, but again I am not sure how to do so, or even if SuperFdisk can repair it.


Coste Frederic 2011-01-24 14:03:57 #
Version: 1.0

I am so sorry but I was expecting some standalone launchable program under DOS, as it was explained on your web page.
But, it seems you are needing some installation process under windows.
Hence, I haven't tested your program.
Frédéric Coste

BD 2010-12-11 09:22:46 #
Version: 1.0

Installed on two computers. Didn't work, and I wasn't able to uninstall. When emailing tech support, this was the answer I got:
>>Thank you for contacting us.
Actually, our product Super Fdisk has not been available for a long time.
And it was replaced by some other powerful software.
Knowing more about our product, please refer to this link: ...>>

Especiallyltd 2010-11-18 14:29:20 #
Version: 1.0

Thanks for helping to bail me out of a jam! Super Fdisk worked like a charm. Thanks so much.

Barnp 2010-10-31 05:43:06 #
Version: 1.0

I always used to use an older version of fdisk that came with windows 98/ME on a floppy. But when I bought a one terrabyte hard drive and tried to fdisk it with my old version, I found that it only recognised half of the terrabyte.
So I downloaded your Super fdisk 1.0 version and not only could I fdisk the whole 1 terrabyte partition, I also made a boot cd disk and threw the old floppy drive away.Its easy to use, easy to see what your doing.And less confusing if you have more than one h/drive.
Brian Australia.

Puttputt2002 2010-05-06 20:38:54 #
Version: 1.0

Super Fdisk 1.0 works great. Awesome PC tool.

Texips1 2010-04-22 16:44:36 #
Version: 1.0

It was good to take off my Linux and get my computer back to quick boot up - yes Linux has it's good points, but needs not to be on your main computer slowing down start up via dual boot slowness.

Super Fdisk got my computer back the way I wanted - thanks guys!

Glitch56 2010-03-26 09:16:49 #
Version: 1.0

not worth it. much better to use the built in windows partition manager

Rick Devita 2010-02-21 11:06:46 #
Version: 1.0

I used it to erase the MBR's on a HDD and on a SSD. The utility worked perfectly, however I was confused about the "start record/sector is 2160 and should be 2188" would you like to change it? (I don't recall the exact #'s). I allowed the utility to make the changes, but it would have been nice to have a pop-up or help file explaining what this is , why it may be there etc. Since it was found on all 3 of my installed drives, I began to doubt its accuracy, and in the end wondered if I should have allowed the changes. Also, because it's a dos based utility, and I am not sure how up to date it is, I was doubtful this (start record)applied to newer disks. Again, a little explanation around it would go a loooong way. : ) Thanks again for the utility. It worked for me, it's free, and I would use it again if needed.


Cloward 2010-01-07 09:05:01 #
Version: 1.0

The program showed me what I needed to know, however the graphics did not play nicely on my system -- an old toshiba w/ WinXP, SP2. Would definitely try again and have added to my library.

Cjamiga 2009-11-05 18:11:43 #
Version: 1.0

I was looking for a software to solve a small problem on my computer. I tried Super Fdisk instead of Fdisk and it worked very well. Thanks for the use of ease.

Jim 2009-10-20 08:34:46 #
Version: 1.0

The basic (ie. free) version worked fine for fixing my damaged MBR and getting my system up and running again. Simple and effective.

Brians1t 2009-10-14 10:06:30 #
Version: 1.0

On my laptop I had Windows XP on one partition, and some unallocated space. I intended to use this space to create a further partition with Linux. But unfortunately it did not seem possible to do anything at all with this unallocated space. Linux would not permit me to make a partition, and neither would Windows XP, nor its recovery disk. But having used the Windows recovery disk, odd things happened. Windows would not boot, and drive C with Windows on it suddenly became drive E!

Super FDisk saved the day! I only had to boot FDisk once (from a CD burnt using the downloaded program on a separate PC), and FDisk immediately diagnosed that I had an "unidentified partition" which was actually a NTFS partition with Windows XP thereon. Correcting this meant pressing only one button. Now XP boots perfectly normally and drive C has been reinstated. I have been able to partition and format the remaining unallocated space ready for installation of Linux. Brilliant!

Michebre 2009-09-19 09:25:43 #
Version: 1.0


Hi can this create an NTSF partition?

That is my only disappointment.


michebre at

Pzlingo 2009-09-06 10:51:00 #
Version: 1.0

Great tool. I use it (together with other tools) on a bootable Pendrive. As per now in one only occasion I had to use another partitioner cause sdisk could not read partitions properly (Toshiba Satellite A300, default partitions). Hope to be fixed in further releases

Girlmuncher 2009-07-06 08:15:35 #
Version: 1.0

I didn't get to try it. I used SpotMau instead.
Somehow when I tried to make the boot disk with this (Super Fdisk) I found my DVD burner had been knocked into a CD reader. (no Burn). Strange.
That's not to say SF knocked it out. (I hope).
SpotMau has a full compliment of backup and cloning tools as well. Job done.

Mwmkravchenko 2009-06-27 13:22:18 #
Version: 1.0

Super and it saved my butt. Very highly recommended. You have to be DOS literate. No mouse but heck it did the job perfectly.


Jkwidayanto 2009-04-03 11:17:39 #
Version: 1.0

Thank you, Super Fdisk is lovely tool for hardisk on DOS mode,edge out is utilized and powerful, more lovely from FDisk

Luc Feys 2009-03-23 03:56:08 #
Version: 1.0


I started superdisk and i must say it looks good but i did not use it yet cause i would have used it
if the UNFORMAT would have been available!

I accidently formatted my whole disk by installing
Ubuntu from Linux so i have lost my vista, recovery partition and a logical drive with private data.

Best regards

Luc Feys

Oszvalcsek5 2009-02-14 13:34:22 #
Version: 1.0


I make the bootable cd-rom and boot my pc.
I make a partition on new HDD,and then restart my pc.
Now i lose 240GB data!!!! but i dont make format or repartition old hdd.

Pfaulkes 2009-02-09 04:27:23 #
Version: 1.0

Could not delete active partition

Googled to find this beaut little program and greatly impressed.
Downloaded and made bootdisk and worked very well.
Was easy to use and very fast formatting disk.
I had a dedicated 15gig hdd for my XPpro OS and was in bad shape with
registry gone, no OS and no CDROM.
Had to pull my SATA dvd on a sata card and revert back to an old
Used FDISK initially but Super Fdisk finished the job.
Thanks very much

Zak 2009-01-04 13:45:08 #
Version: 1.0

Good product, but not usable for me

When I downloaded Super FDisk I was under the impression I could non-destructively resize an existing Windows 98 partition. However, it seems that the resizing functionality is reserved for the Partition Manager application, which does not work on Windows 98.

It was easy enough to create a bootable floppy using FDisk (I am working with a *very* old computer!) and this will prove useful in future.

Process.facilitator 2008-12-22 20:08:17 #
Version: 1.0


I downloaded and installed. I need fdisk capability to fix a flash drive. What I got was a demo capability for formatting C: and D: drives and no fdisk/initialization capability.

Downloading it was just a waste of my time. The description of what is available is missleading.

Arturus6 2008-12-08 08:34:49 #
Version: 1.0


I try may programs to make and format a long disk (500 Gb), but there only run in windows or linux, i need one to run in DOS, and SFDISK help me.

MikeG54 2008-12-07 09:56:29 #
Version: 1.0

HD partion fixer

Some how the partion on my slave internal HD went from NTFS to Fat32. I created a bootable CD with Super Fdisk and re-booted my pc. On start-up, Super Fdisk found the corrupt partion and fixed it.

Philip 2008-10-30 16:07:57 #
Version: 1.0

Didn`t help me with ntfs

I had some problems with getting c: to find my harddrive. This worked out just fine in super fdisk. However I wanted the format to be in ntfs, but it was only possible for fat 16 and fat 32. Apart from it, there has been no problem working with partitions and etc.

Andy.capron 2008-10-28 03:55:11 #
Version: 1.0

Works Wonders

Thank you for Super Fdisk. I needed to repair the recovery partision on my hard disk to restore my LAPTOP to its original configuration at purchase time. (I had installed LINUX, but wanted to get back to windows) By using this software, creating a BOOT CD, I was able to make the recovery Partision the Active Partition and hey presto - the recovery process started aty next boot up. Thanks very much.

Jdmfatboii23 2008-10-20 05:20:47 #
Version: 1.0

I deleted partition.

I deleted the partition now when my windows starts it says disk error what do I need to do? Please help.

P Mays 2008-09-20 23:26:42 #
Version: 1.0

Super Fdisk is really super!!

I found this to be an effective tool, altough there is no option yo format to NTFS - not really an issue but.....

Thankful 2008-09-15 20:21:22 #
Version: 1.0

Worked Like a Charm

I was stuck. I accidently made a partition without any OS active. After that my system would no longer boot up. I was at my wits' end as to how to get it working again. Then I came across Super Fdisk. When I booted to it, the interface was very intuitive and I was quickly able to make the right partition active again. Within a matter of minutes I was back up and running again. Super Fdisk was a lifesaver for me.

Inasetec 2008-08-05 16:37:17 #
Version: 1.0

Perfect for my needs.

It solves me a problem merging and resizing my HDD. I feel it better than Partition Magic, as this last one show me an error that FDisk could handle.

Msu2tsu 2008-07-23 16:22:07 #
Version: 1.0

love it

downloaded the program & used it to rescue an external hard drive that i thought was formatted wring and had "lost" a lot of space on. still need to try & partition a vista drive so i can dual boot visa & xp. it is really easy to use & i'm not techie but i can do it!

LandGH 2008-06-21 11:44:48 #
Version: 1.0

Mislead....this is not freeware but is a demo

I want to merge two partitions into one without losing data in either partition. Super Fdisk touted that capability, so I downloaded it as freeware. To my dissatisfaction, after downloading and installing Super Fdisk, I found that it was not freeware, it was a demo version. The operation was in fact possible after I paid a fee...not freeware...but could not be completed with the downloaded software. Your description led me to waste time and effort, and attempted to lead me to buy software when in fact I was searching for the freeware that you advertise.

Neil F 2008-04-21 03:13:56 #
Version: 1.0

FDisk - a saviour

Great piece of software that got me out of a bit of bother when my PC decided to take a schizoid embolism.

Ondrej Hlavac 2008-03-17 15:51:10 #
Version: 1.0

A little bit confused

Well, to be honest, I was a little bit confused after download, because I got a fairly different application than advertised, even its name was different :)

Anyways, it was fairly good, nothing special, I must say. Got the same function as Windows XP disk management software.

And, what was the worst part for me, it does not allow you to make a partition "not active" after it is made active accidentally.

mikey0001 2008-01-19 02:46:04 #
Version: 1.0

Review of fdisk

I in the end didnt need to use fdisk as i used gparted to unhide my partition and all was well.

Ron S. 2007-11-06 17:36:21 #
Version: 1.0

Good Only

Not good enought to repartition i.e. format USB Sicks having an encrypted

normansn 2007-10-21 09:08:39 #
Version: 1.0

Partionin recovery

Worked well first time. No problems encountered.

John Thomas 2007-08-20 19:09:44 #
Version: 1.0

Sales Manager

Would like to see more features.

braniac1 2007-03-27 14:32:17 #
Version: 1.0

no instruction

I found that the program worked ok but there was no instructions that I could find any where.- It was a matter of try and hope until working it out

Bodvar 2007-03-17 17:00:54 #
Version: 1.0

Looking for a FDisk

I was looking for an FDisk to use when getting a new MBR on a cloned disk. As I could not find that function on your FDisk, it was discarded as a program. Probably work for other usages.

Author's Response:
Hi,thanks for using our product.
Super Fdisk is a FREE driven disk partitioning utility. It works only in DOS system. With the free partition manager tool you can:
- Create primary, extended and logical partitions
- Delete primary, extended and logical partitions
- Format FAT partitions
- Backup or Restore the MBR, Partition Table, Boot sector
- Hide and unhide FAT, NTFS/HPFS, EXT2, EXT3, SWAP partitions
- Activate/deactivate a partition
- Show the partition table
- Show characteristics of harddisk
- Erase MBR for a harddisk
- and more...

Can you offer more details about what you are going to do?

Me! 2007-03-06 23:30:54 #
Version: 1.0

I wanted mountpoints for my flash drive

I normally use another program, but that program was not able to create more than one mount point on my flash disk. So I downloaded this program and hoped it could. It could do less with the flash disk, however.

LL028 2007-02-06 16:50:23 #
Version: 1.0

download a different program

My problem was that W98SE scandisk was not seeing all my logical drives.
When I used SuperFdisk I was told to go back to the webpage and download a different program which would rebuild my partition table. I did this and it appeared to work up to the point of actually writing the partiton table where it stopped. My drive is 250 gigabytes and my BIOS recognizes it. It is formatted as FAT 32. I cloned my previous drive which was about 132G in size. ScanDisk never had any problem defragging it; i.e. all drives were seen.

Author's Response:
Thanks for using it!

Attila 2007-02-06 09:09:05 #
Version: 1.0

So, don`t sucess my problem.

My living (win) partition 40 Gb, with along data.

I'll slice partition 20 (win) - 20 (linux) Gb, so hold on driver (in win).
I am sorry, don't sucess my theory.

But, a good deal of helping mi.
I've get anoder a solution with Super Fdisk, that is helping me.

Very thanks you!

Author's Response:
Thanks for using our product! It's honor for us!

Yamamoto 2007-01-19 22:15:26 #
Version: 1.0

Works for me!

This is a great value for the $. The interface is pretty intuitive and useful. I was able to figure it out in a very short time. I use both Linux and Windows and multiple computers, and I use external drives to share data between computers. Unfortunately most drives are preformatted NTFS, and it's a lot of aggro to use Captive to try to be able to write to an NTFS drive from Linux. WinXP won't format a hard drive as FAT32, and the partitioning program I have in my Linux distro plotzes if you try to format a large drive.

Wit Super FDisk, it's no worries. Boot, select your drive and desired filesystem, tell it to format, pop open a cold one, and by the time you have your second sip, you're all ready to go. It's a beautiful thing. I recommend it to everyone.

Lee86 2006-12-08 06:33:12 #
Version: 1.0

This software saved me

I recently installed ubuntu (version of linux) and I found that it had hidden my windows and back up partitions, this software helped me unhide them and get my system working again. The only feature i find that it lacks in is the ability to format a drive in the NTFS file system, but apart from that 10/10

Author's Response:
Hi,Super Fdisk works only in DOS system, so it can't format NTFS partitions.Please try our another product "EASEUS Partion Manager".

zoom 2006-12-07 10:19:47 #
Version: 1.0

partition manager???

super fdisk is only for create boot disk. this not partition manager.

Author's Response:
You can use EASEUS Partition Manager, the updated version of Super Fdisk, which is a good partition manage tool.

bill2455 2006-09-16 19:10:53 #
Version: 1.0

Combining Partitions

I have a 7meg partitions that was created by a backup program that I need to recover and combine back to my active partition and I just can't seem to figure out how to do it with your program.
Maybe you could help me?
Bill Aitken

the program that made the partition is called True Image 9 and in my mind the support is a big fat zero, my computer was in such a bad state it took over two days to bring it back to the present state with two partition and the software back to working state.

Again any help you can give me would be a life saver.


hddarts 2006-09-11 23:40:35 #
Version: 1.0

it does not resize

i wanted to resize a SATA hdd with windows 2000 installed...this program will NOT resize a partition.

Author's Response:
Sorry sir, Super Fdisk can resize a partition in DOS system.
Soon we will have a new product-EASEUS Partition Manager, which could help you resize a partition with windows 2000 installed!
More inf. please see (one month later.)

Lapinbleu 2006-07-12 20:30:20 #
Version: 1.0

It worked, but hard to tell...

I run W98SE on a (no, don't laugh) Pentium II. It does what I need for working, rather than playing. I bought a second hard drive, taking me from 3Gb to a vertiginous 43. Partitioned the new drive with Partition Magic, all well, made a 10Gb part. for Linux, to run a dual-boot. I installed a Mandrake 8 build, but it fucked up the MBR on both disks, so I had to re-install Win through the DOS to get my C drive back. The second drive had gone well weird, and P.Magic was no help - I suppose that the MBR was corrupt. I ran SFD, and although the mouse would not respond, a series of automatic messages found and fixed errors on both disks, and now all is well. So, thanks, even though I don't really understand what it did, not having had access to the menus...

Bobthequill. 2006-06-20 10:28:58 #
Version: 1.0

A Fizzer

Couldn't even get the downloaded program to launch.

I hoped to be able to remove a partion to allow one OS to use the whole drive, without losing data.

Still hoping, but not with this particular Fdisk.

lukman 2006-05-22 18:22:06 #
Version: 1.0

It can be used to delete NTFS partition

Once I have problem with broken ntfs.sys file and my WinXP cannot boot. Even worse, my WinXP installer CD can't continue to install a fresh windows due to an error.
Thanks to Super Fdisk, altough it can't format a partition as NTFS, but it can read an NTFS partition and even more it can delete an NTFS partition. After deleting the existing NTFS partition, my WinXP CD can continue normaly recreating the NTFS partition and installing a fresh copy of windows.
Good Job!!

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