Question about Computers & Internet
First, you go to my computer and you will see the USB drive shown, what you do is right click and you should see a format option. Choose the option (usually FAT32 or exFAT for USB drives) and then click format. Add a name if you would like before hand, but you can always switch it later. :) Hope this helps!
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