Question about Computers & Internet
1)Plug your flash drive into your computer's USB port.
2)Click "My Computer" on the desktop to find out the letter of the drive you wish to reformat. For a flash drive, it should be removable disk F:, but check to make sure.
3)Navigate to "Start," then "Run." 4)In the Run window, type "cmd," which will bring up your MS-DOS window.5)n the MS-DOS window, type "Format F:/fs:FAT32." If your drive is designated with another letter, replace F: with that letter. Change FAT32 to NTFS if reformatting a drive larger than 10GB.
6)Hit "Enter" three times, and you will have reformatted your drive.
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