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I've used DSL a lot of times over the years. It was great back in the day when something left a partition on a drive and whatever I wanted to install wouldn't delete the partition and wouldn't live with it. (At least some of them were NT partitions that XP install wouldn't remove.) The FDISK on DSL would always take it right off and it was more convenient than getting something bigger and more powerful out of the toolbox.