I recently attempted to install ubuntu onto a removable USB drive. Eventually, I wanted to replace the ubuntu version with another, but the problem is that, besides for the 3.7gb of "free space" I can mount the new boot ISO onto, there is about 6mb of some "CDFS" boot file system, which is preventing any other boot system from being booted from.
So basically, I need to delete this CDFS voluem.
Running diskpart, I do the following commands:
to which I see volume 1 is the CDFS filesystem I am trying to delete, so then
select volume 1
so far so good
is where the trouble is, because I get the following output:
DiskPart cannot delete volumes on removable media.
I've tried looking this up but couldn't find any conclusive articles, and for sure not on the stackexchange, so:
How do I remove a CDFS filesystem from a removable USB drive, using windows [vista or 7]?