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    Just burned his ISO
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    Default undoing backtrack persistent drive

    i have a 8gig flash drive with backtrack persistent on it but now i want to repurpose it. i need to get the full 8 gigs or w/e was on it. now i have 1 2.5 partion that i can access and write on and another that is labeled casper-rw that i cannot touch. need help getting access to that partition to delete and expand with the other one.

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    Default Re: undoing backtrack persistent drive

    Just delete the partitions. Boot a Linux install and run fdisk or equivalent. There are lots of guides on the Net to tell you how to use it.
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