I have a 2GB USB drive that had about 1.8GB of stored data on it. So I delete these files, and then I check the drive's properties, and I see it still has 1.8GB of data on it (only 0.2GB remaining)!
The file system doesn't see any files on it, but the drive is almost at full capacity. I previously had UNetbootin create a bootable USB drive out of this stick, so I'm wondering if that created some kind of "partition" or something on it that can't be erased through the file system.
I just want my 2GB back - don't care what I have to do to get it. I'm also not able to get to the store and buy another stick, if that was going to be someone's suggestion! Thanks in advance!
Edit - I'm on Linux Mint and/or Linux Ubuntu (I'm in front of 2 machines right now, so a solution for either of those OSes would suffice).