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First, you need to disable the boot from USB devices option from the BIOS. You can find it in the Main Menu, Advanced Menu or in the Boot Menu according to the type of BIOS you are using.
Ensure that you are connecting the device to the rear USB ports of the PC.
After that, please go to Disk Management.
Cick Start>Run and type in the folowing command to open the Disk Management Window.
Check if it is detected there.
If so right click on and select Create Partition.
After partioning it, you can format it.
Hope this helps!
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