Re: Trying to format a krupt usb stick
Sorry I hadn't been following this thread, but have you tried deleting not the 7.5Gb partition, but the larger one instead? Just a thought.
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Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2018 7:06 AM
Subject: Re: Trying to format a krupt usb stick
I have a 64 GB memory stick, on which I created a partition to install Windows from an ISO image.
Unfortunately, when I tried to use the Windows Partition and Format utility to remove the partition containing the Windows installation and return the memory stick back to 64 GB, I got an error telling me that the "Delete Volume function was Unavailable", which meant that the partition could not be deleted/removed.
Following the information you gave in your previous message, I downloaded and used the ImageUSB utility.
The problem is, that when I selected the option to zero the USB Memory stick to return it to its maximum storage capacity of 64 GB, ImageUSB got rid of the information in the Windows installation partition but, it did not delete/remove the 7.5 GB partition, which was the size of the Windows Installation partition.
Any suggestions as to what I may have not done correctly?