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I have a sandisk disk on key with a 4gb memory capacity. it currently has NOTHING stored on it yet says i only have 1.45 gb free. how do i clear this up? is there a way i need to format it? thanks! -gita

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Hey gita! Formatting a Flash drive is really simple! Assuming you're using Windows, plug it in your PC and go to My Computer. Right click on the drive and press Format. You can choose either Quick format or normal format(Quick format does it really quickly but it may not yield best results). After that simply press Format and wait for it to finish.
You should have formatted your Flash drive and have your original 4GB of space restored!
Keep in mind that you may have less than 4GB(about 3.8-3.7) This is because formatting writes instructions to the flash drive.
Have fun :)

Posted on Aug 21, 2011

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