At the very beginning I have to say, I am complete noob regarding linux. Linux is blackbox for me. I am only selfeducated. I work on\with Windows mostly. Now to my problem.
Recently I came to Sandisk SSD 128GB, coming from ASUS ZenBook UX31 laptop, with unknown conditions. I purchased a simple adapter to SATA, since the SSD has ASUS proprietary 6+12 pin connector. The SSD seems to be in good condition, BUT!!! It has some 8 partitions (EFI, system, recovery, atc.) and I am not to get rid of them since its locked somehow and my windows tools were not able to remove it. FDISK, SDISK, DISKPART, any other partition tools...no go. I dont care about the data on the SSD, I want to completely wipe the SSD and use it as a laptop internal drive. Can you help me, please? Ask me anything you need to know to help me. Thank you in advance!