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On 14/03/10 11:37 AM, Mick M. wrote:
> I had a friend come over with a USB stick.
> I had put Mint linux on his laptop, and now he could not write to the stick.
> I realized it was a Sandisk with their stupid U3.exe stuff on it.
> I went through this last year and used a Windows program to remove the U3 stuff and reformat it.
> Is there any way to do this in Linux?
Look at the thread "Remooving U3 from USB drive." from last week of
April 2009. I think this was discussed there.
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