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+[[!meta title="Resetting a USB stick or SD card using Mac OSX"]]
+
+[[!inline pages="doc/first_steps/usb_reset.intro" raw="yes"]]
+
+<a id="disk_utility"></a>
+
+Using <span class="application">Disk Utility</span>
+===================================================
+
+<div class="caution">
+
+<strong>You might overwrite any hard disk on the computer.</strong> If at some
+point you are not sure about which device to choose, stop proceeding.
+
+</div>
+
+1. Make sure that the USB stick or SD card that you want to reset is unplugged.
+
+2. Start <span class="application">Disk Utility</span>.
+
+ A list of all the storage devices on the computer appears in the left pane
+ of the window.
+
+3. Plug the USB stick or SD card that you want to reset.
+
+ A new device appears in the list of storage devices. This new device
+ corresponds to the USB stick or SD card that you plugged in. Click on it.
+
+4. In the list of storage devices, verify that the device corresponds
+ to the device that you want to reset, its brand, its size, etc.
+
+5. To reset the device, click on the <span class="guilabel">Erase</span> tab
+ in the right pane and click on the <span class="button">Erase</span> button
+ on the bottom right.
+
+6. In the confirmation dialog, click on the <span class="button">Erase</span>
+ button to confirm.