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About 1 gb usb

I have delete the partition of my 1gb usb when i connect it to my computer
the (H) derive is usb derive when i click on it it shows there is no disk in derive on kingston usb properties it shows that disk volume(0)
free space(0)
used space(0)
what shall i do

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Re: about 1 gb usb

Hey i had this issue too....
but myne was a little different on a 64MB card it showed 33GB but it was a virus..!!

what i did was i plugged it on a mac and formatted it and came back to life a a new drive !!
I think this helped !! if no mac then try the dos !!

like this : Your Driver Letter=G:
take run type cmd
in the dos window type " Format G: /X /FS:fat32
then type the current name of the volume(NAME or try Removable Disc)
and press ENTER
after the format type EXIT
and there u have ur drive back !!

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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switch to classic view
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and below you can "right click" and partition youtr usb or can format it.

note; all files on it was destroyed.

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