I have a stick USB that I normally use to install linux on my pcs. Well, the last time I used it was to install Cinnarch. I used Unetbootin to make the iso bootable in the usb. After that I normally format the stick to make a normal use of it.
Today I’ve connected it to a Raspberry that I have, and what has been my surprise when I’ve seen that it only reads some partition call “CINNARCH_201304” which contains files from that installation I guess. I’ve come back to my laptop to try to delete that partition, but I can’t find it, not even appears in Gparted. It just isn’t there. So, what can I do then??
I’ve tried deleting all partition and formating again, but, it is still there. The only way that I found to see it in the computer is deleting all the partitions with Gparted and letting them in that way. Then, when I connect the usb, the “CINNARCH_201304” partition appears, but I can’t do nothing with it, because Gparted says that all the space in the stick is “not assigned”.