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How to erase partitions on sd?

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I need to erase partitions on my sd becouse i have only 2gb card and i dont use swap.So if someone nows how please help.

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I need to erase partitions on my sd becouse i have only 2gb card and i dont use swap.So if someone nows how please help.

if your using windows, you can use paragon partition manager to create/delete/format partitions on your sdcard

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if your using windows, you can use paragon partition manager to create/delete/format partitions on your sdcard

Thanx i will try that

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Gparted is a small bootable linux with great tools for handling partitions. I use it for my HD2 with external card reader. It also supports linux file systems.

http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php

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Gparted is a small bootable linux with great tools for handling partitions. I use it for my HD2 with external card reader. It also supports linux file systems.

http://gparted.sourc....net/livecd.php

OK i finish the job.Thanx for help.I used easeus partition master

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easeus partition master

is good too :)

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is good too :)

Yes its exellent soft.smile.gif.

Is thera are chance for new nightly?

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Is thera are chance for new nightly?

yes later today :)

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yes later today :)

Mmmmmm nicebiggrin.gif

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Do you have windows vista or higher? Why don't you just write "diskpart" on the start menu and use it to delete the partitions?

- diskpart

-> list disk

-> select disk 1 (if 1 is your sdcard)

-> clean

-> create partition primary

-> format fs=fat32 quick

-> exit

Done. And it's free, easy and creates sector alligned partitions (better performance) <- really important on flash devices (cards, ssd's...)

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Do you have windows vista or higher? Why don't you just write "diskpart" on the start menu and use it to delete the partitions?

- diskpart

-> list disk

-> select disk 1 (if 1 is your sdcard)

-> clean

-> create partition primary

-> format fs=fat32 quick

-> exit

Done. And it's free, easy and creates sector alligned partitions (better performance) <- really important on flash devices (cards, ssd's...)

Thanx i didnt now that.Iam using win7.I will try thatsmile.gif

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Do you have windows vista or higher? Why don't you just write "diskpart" on the start menu and use it to delete the partitions?

- diskpart

-> list disk

-> select disk 1 (if 1 is your sdcard)

-> clean

-> create partition primary

-> format fs=fat32 quick

-> exit

Done. And it's free, easy and creates sector alligned partitions (better performance) <- really important on flash devices (cards, ssd's...)

AWESOME :D thnx !

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