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Flash drive problem

Flash drive properties shows zero bytes in both capacity and used area, yet disk space is full blue colour. when i try to format it it says no disk in the drive. Disk management utility shows no partition, nothing dead brown.Power on LED is OK. Is my falsh drive beyond rescue. Should i throw it away?

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Try this first:
Right click my computer, then go to manage, then go to disk management and look for the removable disk (your flash disk) then right click it and try to delete and create partition. then format.

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