I have delete the partition of my 1 gb usb when i connect it to my computer the (H) derive which is the usb derive shows no disk in derive when i check it properties it shows usb volume(0) free space (0) tell me what to do
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The USB device internal directory structure goes corrupted and you'll need to format it to make it working again. On the disk management window, right click on the problem USB and choose to format.
Be clear that formatting will erase each and everything on it and the data might become unrecoverable. Though, you can try some professional utility like Stellar Phoenix Partition Recovery (http://www.stellarinfo.com/partition-recovery.htm) and see if it might able to recover 100% of all the stored data.
RIGHT-click "My Computer".
Click Disk Management.
Click to delete one partition on the disk-drive.
Click to delete the other partition on the disk-drive.
Click to create one partition on the disk-drive.
Format the partition.
Right-mouse click "My Computer".
Expand the "Storage" part of the tree.
Click "Disk Management".
View the diagram for your disk-drive.
Does it show the 56GB partition, followed by 100GB of "unallocated" space,
or does it show one (approximately) 160GB partition?
If the former, backup all the files in the partition (copy to an external disk-drive, or copied to DVD-recordable disks, or to another computer).
Then, use "Disk Management" to delete that "small" partition, and to define a new partition that "spans" the entire volume, and to initialize the partition.
Then, copy the "saved" files back onto the drive.
The EISA partition is a partition that a computer manufacturer places on the disc to assist in recovery of that maker's files. It is not necessary to have this partition if you do not intend to perfrom a factory recovery. I will include a guide below to assist you in a deletion of that partition. To initialize a disc, it can be done ways, boot the computer and it will advise you the disc has not been initialized and will initiate a wizard to assist. I attach the hard drive to another computer using an EIDE/SATA to USB adapter, it will be recognized as an external drive but will not give it a drive letter because it is not initialized. You have to go to the control panel > administrator tools > computer management > disc management. Look in the right lower pane and it will show the drive with a grayed out box to the left, it may label the drive as drive 03 or 04 etc. Right click on the drive number and choose initiate. The computer will initiate the drive and give it a letter. It will also ask you if you want to initiate the drive as a bootable drive, choose yes. Below is the guide to delete that EISA partition so you can use the drive in any laptop you see fit.
EISA Partition Delete 1.Open a command prompt as administrator. 2.Run Diskpart application by typing Diskpart in the command prompt. 3.In the “Diskpart” prompt, enter rescan command and press Enter key to re-scan all partitions, volumes and drives available. 4.Then type in list disk and press Enter key to show all hard disk drive available. 5.Select the disk that contains the partition you want to remove. Normally, with just 1 hard disk, it will be disk 0. So the command will be: select disk 0 Finish by Enter key. 6.Type list partition and press Enter key to show all available and created partition in the disk selected. 7.Select the partition that wanted to be deleted by using the following command, followed by Enter key: select partition x where x is the number of the EISA based recovery partition to be removed and unlocked its space. Be careful with the number of this partition, as wrong number may get data wipes off. 8.Finally, type in delete partition override and press Enter key. Once the partition has been deleted, exit from Diskpart, and now users can use the much familiar and much easier Disk Management tool in Windows (diskmgmt.msc) to manipulate the freed unallocated partition. Users can create a new volume (partition) with this space, or simply merge it to existing partition by extending the size of the existing partition.
You should try to delete the partition in the Transcend memory stick and creat a new partition. You should copy any files that you need off this memory device before you re-partition it because you will lose all the data that is stored on the device.
Go to the Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Magament.
Scroll down until you see your removeable device the 16Gb memory device, click once on this, It may not show it as Healthy.
Right click in this disk (make sure you do not select the C drive) and click on Delete Partition to remove the partition.
Right click on this unpartition drive and Create a partition.
You may not have to format this partition, it should now show this as a healthy drive.
Exit out of Disk/computer Management and Control Panel.
You most likely need to delete the partition on your external hard drive, then create a new one and format it again. You will lose the data on your external hard drive.
1. Go to the Control Panel, click on Administrative Tools, click on Computer Management, then Disk Management. (You will need Administrators rights to carry out the following tasks)
2. On the lower Right Panel select the External drive, this will be displayed as Disk 1, Right click on this drive (MAKE SURE YOU DON"T SELECT THE C: DRIVE which will be displayed as Disk 0)
and then Delete the partition.
3. This drive should then be Unallocated, Right Click on this drive and create a New Partition.
4. Then select Primary partition.
5. Check that the maxium disk size matches close to 240000(MB) you about 10+MB in the formating process
6. Click Assign the following drive letter (let the computer select this.
7. Chick Format the partition with the following settings
File System = NTFS
Allocatin unir size = Default
Volume label = "name of your choice eg. BACHUP DATA"
DON'T TICK Perform a quick format & Enable file & folder compression
8. Click Finish
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 !!
eg: 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 !!