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How  erase all the partitions in a compact flash card

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Hello I have a compact flash card and I need completely erase.


previously I had a linux system in it.


Whe I try to do it with windows disk manager I get "
Operation not supported on a removable disk"


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You should be able to do this with Active Kill Disk from http://www.killdisk.com
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The free edition of Paragon Partition Manager should also work:-

http://www.paragon-software.com/home/pm-express/
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Thanks both.

great software.
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