might not be U3 approved
The thing is that it doesn't have the U3 stamp and it doesn't come bundled with U3 software. I tried their uninstall feature but it doesn't recognise a U3 drive so it can't be.
However for a USB flash drive to have a cdfs as well as a fat32 partition, there must be something going on. Maybe repatitioning it would work?
Because it was a free drive, the cdfs autorun featur loads up a website advertising their site so I'm trying to get rid of that somehow.
Having a read-only cdfs partition with this on is annoyinf when the page oads each time I plug it in and I'd just like it to be a 64Mb drive if possible.