Getting rid of an iso file on a usb stick...
I have a 160 GB usb stick that has an iso file on it that I can't get rid of.
If I plug the stick in, I am shown two partitions to act upon. One is a normal ext4 and the other is this iso filesystem with an old SuSE "Live CD" on it.
I was able to go into either partition and read stuff from them.
I am trying to clear the stick and have one ext4 partition on it. Using gparted, all I can see is the first partition of 15gb and it seems that gparted thinks that this is the whole "disc".
The iso system is always mounted ro even if I try to mount it myself.
Getting rid of an iso file on a usb stick - SOLVED
Not sure elija.
I contacted Kingston as per oz's suggestion and they pointed me to HDD guru and I did a low-level reformat.
No more ISO even though I did lose a bit more of the capacity than I would have thought. The man at Kingston told me to use a FAT filesystem instead!