Here you will find answers to the most common questions. Please read this section carefully before contacting technical support. Page 2.

There are 2 methods to delete partitions:

  1. Via diskmgmt.msc application
    • Press the Win+R keys on your keyboard, type diskmgmt.msc and press Enter.
    • In the lower part of the disk management window, locate your USB flash drive, right-click on one of the sections and select the “Delete volume” menu item. Repeat this for the remaining volumes (you can’t delete only the last volume and then expand the previous one).
    • When there is only one unallocated space left on the drive, right-click on it and select the "Create a simple volume" menu item. Next, follow the simple instructions and upon completion of the process you will get one partition that takes up all the free space on your USB drive.
  2. Removing partitions on a USB drive using the diskpart console program
    • Press the Win+R keys on your keyboard, type diskpart and press Enter. After that, in order, enter the following commands, pressing Enter after each of them:
      • list disk
      • In the list of disks, find your flash drive, we need its number. Do not confuse with other drives!
      • select disk N (where N is the flash drive number)
      • clean (the command will delete all partitions on a flash drive)
      • create partition primary
      • select partition 1
      • format fs = fat32 quick
      • assign
      • exit

On this, all actions to delete partitions on the USB flash drive are completed, one partition is created and the drive is assigned with a letter - you can use the full available memory on USB.

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System requirements:

  • RAM: 2GB+ (4GB+ recommended)
  • USB drive / SSD / HDD / M2: 8GB+

 

Recommended BIOS settings on the motherboard:

  • Turn on 4G encoding
  • Update the BIOS to the latest version, if possible.
  • Turn on legacy boot mode
  • Turn off virtualization
  • Enable onboard IGFX video (use motherboard connector for monitor it this case)
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