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With the device connected ...
Type CHKDSK /F m:
where 'm' is the drive-letter assigned to the Kingston.
When the "check-disk" completes, Windows will remove the "read-only" flag.
what device did you use to format your flash drive? is it a camera or PC?
now try to insert your flash drive in a usb port of a PC running windows vista since it has a better disk management tools. now format it from there using FAT32 file system to regain your disk space. you can also try windows xp
Dear Chandu! Try formating in safe mode, as well as make sure that all the programs and utilities are stopped before formating it( you Can use Task Manager for that) ,Use an updated anti virus program for scanning it from viruses.