How can I format a clickfree USB hard drive?

I have two clickfree Automatic Backup USB hard drives.
They are set to mount a CDFS partition when you plug them in.
I remember having to use the format utility on a USB keychain that had the U3 features installed, but this is different. Has anyone had luck formatting these drives into just a plain NTFS drive?
knowprobAsked:
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CrystalMethodCommented:
I would try formatting them through the Windows Disk Management. Rather than right clicking on the drive in "Computer" / "My Computer". What OS are you using by the way?
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xtreminatorDIYerCommented:
use below partition manager free-ware utility.select your hard disk in this utility and remove partition and reformat it with NTFS. 
http://www.partition-tool.com/personal.htm
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knowprobAuthor Commented:
This tool helped me out. Thanks a lot!
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you are welcome
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