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integral USB 2.0 Pendrive

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I have an Integral USB 2.0 Pendrive that when inserted into a windows (XP Pro)machine shows as both a 1.44 MB Floppy drive and a 122 Mb removeable disk. I am trying to remove the partition and would like to know how to do this ( Is it possible) .
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If it came with software, you can use it to reformat the pendrive.  Otherwise, you will need to do it through Windows, which should be possible.
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