It's a long story of BS that I won't bore you with, but I've inherited a 1 TB Seagate FreeAgent external hard drive that's not set up the way I want it. There's no data on it that I need. I've wiped it. However, it's not set up the way I want it. It's partitioned (according to the Win 7 Computer Management) with an 850 GB partition and an 81.06 GB one and then has inexplicably 9 MB of unallocated space. I don't want that. I just want the entire available space formatted into one volume. I've tried using the “extend volume” command with Win 7's computer management, but it says something to the effect of, “Operation not supported.” I've tried a similar command with Easus Partition Manager and got the same results. I just want the whole stupid thing formatted under the same volume. There's no data that needs to be saved. Is there a tool on the DOS prompt that will do this or perhaps a Windows-based tool? Or is what I need a low-level format tool? I've downloaded something named HDD Low Level Format Tool.