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No free space

I have an 8 GB flash drive, and when i put it into the computer it reads that there is only 7.8MB of free space available and there is no files actually on it.  Is there a way to reset the flash drive, or what do i do?
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Alec Gioseffi

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    drive says it is 100% full when I put it into my eee pc running linux but is new out of a packet



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Sir maybe the memory is damage....try to reset it on computers

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