"Format" the USB 'jump drive'. That will have the effect of erasing whatever is on the drive. Usually format to "FAT 32" file system.Hello Everyone, I tried to delete Kubuntu from my other jump drive on my friends window 10 and although it said it was deleted...it was not....Help!
I think it may be easier for you to use the boot-repair-disk. Flash it to the USB stick (needs to be flashed as a 'bootable' image just like you did with the Mint), put it in the computer you are trying to fix, and start or re-start the computer. It 'should' start and boot from the image flashed to the USB. From there just follow the directionsI have both super grub2 hybrid 204s.iso and boot repair-disk-64bit.iso. Are these correct and now what do I do? Maybe copy grub to 1st partition labeled 'sys'? Or use boot repair somehow and then get grub where it belongs. Or just reinstall Mint?
let's cross that bridge when we come to it.When that happens on the Dell, which OS would you recommend.