A while ago I was messing around with installing Windows XP from a USB stick. I couldn't get it to work and ended up using a CD as I had previously. I haven't touched the USB stick since. Now that I needed to use it again for something different I notice there's only 2 gb visible on it. It's an 8 gb stick and all 8 gb where available before I started messing with this bootable USB. Clearly I have done something that somehow partitioned it in a way. What can I do to un-do this?
Open the Start Menu, cmd, and right click administrator Type list disk, press Enter Type select disk X (where X is the number your USB drive shows up as), press Enter Type clean, press Enter Type create partition primary, press Enter Type active, press Enter Type format quick fs=fat32, press Enter Type assign, press Enter Type exit, press Enter Copy everything from the Windows XP installation DVD onto the USB key