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Ghost device and will not reformat

When I access this device it shows two drives, one of which is accessible but empty, and of which will not do anything when you click on it but freeze the computer. It won't let me reformat either.

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Is this a lexar drive?

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USB technology has been around since 1996, and is a feature found on most modern computing devices.
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Installing an anti-virus software application and regularly scanning the computer and any connected USB devices can help you avoid experiencing denied access to a USB device.
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If other USB devices begin to malfunction after inserting an incompatible USB cable into your computer, turning the computer off and back on again may resolve the situation.



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Click start control panel user accounts on the users tab click the name of the computer Administrator you must have full control.
Click start click to open on my computer you should see your usb drive could be E: or something right click select properties there will be an array of options
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