How to remove usb stick U3 partition
Hi. I want to make a slackware usb install stick. I have a 4GB usb stick. Somehow it has a partition U3 which contains some windows stuff, 6.9MB in total. I cannot erase it. I cannot write to it.
gparted does not see this partition. I just used gparted to wipe out all data on the stick and then create an empty FAT32 partition, but the U3 partition survived that! Where the hell is it?
I can use the slackware usbimg script to write to the stick. But on boot, the bios sees the U3 partition, and not the usbslack boot partition.
How to kill U3, remove it, take control of my usb stick?? Can I dd it dead??