How to Allocate a hard drive in Windows 8 Tags: Hard Drives Windows 7 Windows 8 Format Storage Last response: December 2, 2012 7:18 PM in Storage Share Gazbirt December 2, 2012 6:50:20 PM I've tried doing it just like in Windows 7, but there is not "Format" option. More about : allocate hard drive windows noidea_77 a b $ Windows 7 a b * Windows 8 a c 86 G Storage December 2, 2012 7:01:00 PM Have you created a partition already? m 0 l Gazbirt December 2, 2012 7:18:28 PM Yes, I have created a partition already. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to allocate a hard drive. (windows 8) Forum how do I allocate a hard drive in windows 7 Forum how to allocate hard drive partition Forum How to allocate unallocated(not visible) space on a hard drive Forum Solvedhow do I install windows 8 on the slave hard drive Forum SolvedHard drive with original Windows 8 died. how to do a fresh install on new hard drive? Forum SolvedHow to comletely wipe a hard drive in Windows 8/8.1 Forum SolvedHow to erase windows 8 and everything else on a hard drive. Forum Solvedhow do i install windows 7 on a windows 8.1 hard drive Forum SolvedHow do I open an external hard drive that is hooked to my laptop - Windows 8.1 Forum SolvedHow to install Windows 8 onto an empty hard drive? Forum SolvedHow do I fully format my laptop hard drive windows 8.1 without bootable disk Forum SolvedHow do I switch to my hard drive on windows 8.1? Forum Solvedhow to connect a hard with windows 7 drive in a desktop to a laptop with windows 8 Forum SolvedHow to use My Passport external hard drive as backup with Windows 8 Forum How to Uninstall Windows 8.1 from a Hard Drive and Install Fresh to a Completely Different Hard Drive Forum Solvedhow do i short stroke my hard-drive windows 8 Forum How To Uninstall windows 8 and completely erase everything on my hard drive Forum how do I restore windows 8 from a usb key? I formatted my hard drive and now it will not load windows Forum in windows 8.1 how to format hard drive when i can't get past the login page. it won't accept the microsoft account password Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !