"Deep search" find no partitions

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"Deep search" find no partitions

#1 Post by tucan32 »

I'm trying to make a usb drive bootable/working again (not interested in recovery).
The result of "deep search" is blank, like this Image. Where do i go from here?

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Re: "Deep search" find no partitions

#2 Post by cgrenier »

If you do not care about your data, you can use gparted to create new partitions.