repartitioning USB Storage and U3

C Hamel yogich at sc2000.net
Sun Apr 23 18:04:00 UTC 2006


On Sunday 23 April 2006 02:38, Henk Koster wrote:
> On Sat, 22 Apr 2006 16:48:52 -0400, Chris Peterman wrote:
> > A really good partitioning program for "beginners" is GParted. If you
> >
> > have used Partition Magic on XP, then you will love GParted. Anyway,
> >
> > I'd just use GParted (or QtParted for KDE users) and completely
> >
> > reformat the thing in FAT32. Of course back everything up first :D
>
> Why FAT32? I install ext2 filesystems on all my USB sticks.
> Now, the last USB stick I bought seems to have two drives on it,
> a small 1.44MB "floppy" sized one and a large one with the rest,
> that also mount as two devices. Is there any way to merge those
> "drives" into one with the likes of GParted?
I've never used gparted but I believe PQM does that...
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	...CH
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