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I have a verbatim usb flash mempry stik its 1gb but when its in the pc its now saying its a 9.50mb ???? there is nothing on the stik and it has just been formated with windows it was ok befor today and its about 6 months old its not been next to anything magnetic

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    Kevin Flannagan May 11, 2010

    Try to reformat the drive again. I have found that some of my mem sticks for some weird reason do that to me every once in a while and after reformating them they show the full size open again.

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Can be caused by a virus,so try formatting make sure you have a current anti-virus

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