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I have a USB stick which I made into a bootable USB stick for Ubuntu. I installed Ubuntu, and then I formatted the USB stick. However, it only has 2MB of space on it, however it is an 8GB USB.
I found the reason for this problem in diskmgmt.msc, the Windows Drive Partition tool. It had a 2MB Partition and two other partitions which were 6.52GB and 758MB. They are both unallocated however when I right click on the 2MB Partition the extend volume is blanked out and I cannot click on it.
If I right click on the other 2 Partitions, the only options available are New Spanned Volume, New Striped Volume and New Mirrored Volume.
Is there any way to piece these 3 Partitions back together? Is there any software to solve this problem?
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