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I have searched extensively and have not been able to find a working solution for my uses.
I have a SanDisk USB3.0 32Gb flash drive. I want to be able to have 2 partitions on it that are both readable and writable by Windows. So, when I insert the stick into a computer I would get 2 Autorun messages (Win 7) or 2 File Explorers (Win 10).
I know that this is possible because I have a video camera that when plugged in directly, two Explorers open. (Unable to test with just SD card instead of directly, as a drop made the slot inaccessible)
I've read that you can't do this in Windows using default software, but I have access to a Linux machine, and quite frankly prefer to use Linux.
First of all I would like to know if this is even possible using a generic USB stick, and if Yes! then how would I do it?
Thanks in advance!