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Old 11-16-2009, 03:59 AM
rojertwose rojertwose is offline
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Hello there,

I've been given a 128MB pen drive that already had some files on it, I don't really want these files and would like to delete them, but there is a problem!

The pen drive appears to have two partitions, the first one containing the files appears in Windows as a cd-rom drive, and as such can't delete the files.

In Windows XP I can get the following properties: (G: being the CD-rom partition)
CBM1180A Flash Disk USB Device (G
CBM1180A Flash Disk UCB Device
-------Generic Volume (H
Properties of G: DVD/CD-Rom Drives (Standard CD-Rom Drives)

In Windows 98 I get the following:
USB CD-ROM
---CBM1180A Flash Disk F:
USB Disk
---CBM1180A Flash Disk G:

Is there any way I can delete this CD-Rom partition, and merge into one partition that I can use?


Thanks..
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