Removing a CDFS Partition from a Clickfree Traveler 64Gb Flash Drive

Ok, so I have this new Flash Drive and it has this autorun CDFS partition that I just cannot remove... i have tried everything, Low Level Format, Secure Wipe, formats and partition software on both Mac's and PC's - nothing works, I just want to delete that partition because it just ruins the whole user experience - I do not intend to use the clickfree backup software, but I can't get rid of it... any suggestions are welcome, just don't suggest to do it through Windows Disk Management or Mac Disc Utility - this DOES NOT WORK...

Thank you in advance
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As far as i know there is no way on the clickfree devices.

Sandisk offers a removal tool for their devices. Clickfree not.

Sorry for not being able to help.

Martin leo

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