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Cannot see Micro SD card in Gparted

You might try specifying the device path on the command line when invoking gparted. For example: sudo gparted /dev/mmcblk0 See GParted Manual: Running gparted from a command line Also you might ...
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Extend partition created on laptop with Windows 11 and Pop OS

You need to do the resize from a LiveCD -- the nvme0n1p5 partition is currently mounted. Ext4 can be resized when mounted, but only to the right -- resizing it to the left actually means copying/...
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Cannot format a MicroSD card

Check in another SD-Card reader. Many cheap Usb card readers fail to delete data or format SD cards. Built-in readers from laptops/digital cameras/phones usually work. If you cannot format it in known ...
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Cannot format a MicroSD card

Very likely your SD card has failed. SD cards have a limited number of write cycles per block. Most of them use wear leveling which tries to rearrange blocks to spread writes out evenly across all ...
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Cannot format a MicroSD card

It looks like your SD card is corrupted, or is a smaller SD sold as a 64 Gb. You can test it with the f3 tools: f3write /yourmountpoint Wait until it's finished, unmount the SD card, then remount it ...
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Is it possible to create a MULTIBOOT USB with Kali + persistence?

Ventoy is a fantastic option, and it sounds like you might be halfway there already with setting up a drive. Have you tried Ventoy's configuration tool, Plugson? It's browser-based and runs on your ...
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