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Cannot format Removeble Disk

I have 120GB Sony Removeble disk.but it do not show it's file system & cannot format disk.Please help me.it also shows 117 GB.

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  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

    unable to format moser baer pen drive 4gb...

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    i hav the same prob

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Even i have similar problem.
I tried following command from command prompt:

format F: /FS:FAT /Q /X

and it worked.

where:
format => command to format drive
F: => drive name
/FS:FAT => command to use FAT file system
/Q => to perform a quick format
/X =>dismount the voulme forcefully

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