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meh if everything else stated above fails. then boot an ubuntu live disc and use gparted. that will work for sure
    
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Originally Posted by Riou;14398689 
Try running a program called BOOTICE. http://www.pendrivelinux.com/restoring-your-usb-key-partition/

Follow the guide in the URL I listed above but choose USB-HDD mode (single partition) instead of USB-FDD.

Edit: Or you could use HP USB Format Tool. That might be easier.

Got it, thanks.
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