Possible to format hard drive without deleting OS? Tags: Hard Drives Laptops Format Storage Last response: October 4, 2012 10:13 PM in Storage Share Dingleberg October 4, 2012 9:28:44 PM I need to format my laptop but I don't have the disc for windows anymore. Is there any way to do this without deleting my OS? More about : format hard drive deleting cin19 a b D Laptop a c 164 G Storage October 4, 2012 10:13:54 PM Most of laptop has the recovery partition, during recover you can format the HD. So you need to check online for that. Google it. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to format a hard drive that has an OS without booting Forum SolvedPossible to Delete OS from Drive w/o Format? Forum formatting my seagate external hard drive without deleting the contents Forum If i format my slave hard drive is it still gona work without OS Forum Is possible to format hard drive without losing files? Forum Formatting Hard drive without deleting windows 7? Forum Is it possible to move Windows 7 to a SSD without formatting your Hard Drive? Forum Inataled os without formating hard disk where do i find c drive data Forum SolvedFormat a drive and install a Linux OS without using a CD/DVD or USB Forum Merging 2 hard drive partitions in Win7 without deleting the data? Forum SolvedMoving a hard drive without an OS between two computers Forum SolvedHow to format hard drive without losing it Forum SolvedWhat's the best way to completely format a hard drive without causing damage? Forum SolvedHow do I fully format my laptop hard drive windows 8.1 without bootable disk Forum How to install OS on NAS WITHOUT deleting logical drive Forum Deleting OS Without Formatting Forum SolvedFormat hard drive of Laptop without CD-ROM Forum How do I add hard drive to NAS server without deleting any information on the drive. Forum deleting old os from other hard drive Forum SolvedPossible fix is a new hard drive and OS? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !