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My 1 gig flash drive has only 10 megabytes on it but claims to be full.

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Maybe the temporary files was not deleted when you erased or deleted it, you can reformat the flash drive to remove temporary/backup files. or you can click on tool when you browse it then go to folder options and select: Show hidden files and erased it. Hope it helps...

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