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Memory problem i have 8Gb flash drive and during passward setting its memory converted into 18Mb. now what can i do

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Hi furgan_138,

Did it appear to compete the password creation successfully? When you create a password on these drives it actually splits the storage area into two peices. A public zone and a private zone (private zone is the area that is password protected). Perhaps you seleted as much as you could for the private zone and the 18MB is actually the public zone you are seeing. Try logging in and check what capacity you see on the private zone.

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