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Sony vaio usb 2.0 4 gb

When i want to open the usb, there is an problem because the computer say: Do yuo want to formate it?. Then i sey yes, the vomputer say: windows was unable to complete the format. Why did say?

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Pls scan your usb drive with antivirus.

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