Question about Computers & Internet
Quite simple. Insert USB drive into a spare port. Open 'my computer' and identify the drive which will not be C or D drive. Right click and choose 'format' with left click. It will tell you that it will be wiped clean. Agreee 'ok' and it will tell you when format is complete. Click close and you now have a clean drive.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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