On Tue, 2011-02-08 at 15:21 +0100, Frederic Crozat wrote:
> Or you can also use GNOME3 live image : http://gnome3.org/tryit.html :)


I know this might upset the geeks but I screwed up big time.  The
Gnome-3 ISO wasn't cooperating when burnt so I decided to use the USB
option (was giving me similar errors as with the fedora test ISOs).  So
what is the big blunder, you may ask?

Everything was going fine until the usb-image-writer stopped at 100% for
a few minutes.  It appeared to have hanged so .... I quit the terminal
and pulled the drive.  I now have a stick with CD-ROM partition having
incomplete data and I don't know how to revert to the beginning. Hope
someone here can give me an idea how to remove the CD-ROM partition so I
can exercise 'patience' in full and get the desired results

... OR is there no hope for this stick? Its my favourite (16GB). Gparted
and the Disk Utility (F14) is powerless in this situation.


Oku, Onyeibo

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