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Transcend jet flash v33

My 8 gb flash is not being formatted. its showing 0 byte storage and 0 byte free space. when try to format answer comes " Window is not able to format it."

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Hi Virus or Trojans can run some process that keeps running in background. This not only harms the computer, but also prevents the pen drive from formatting as it shows that the drive is in use. Remove and re-insert the pen drive, don't double click on drive and cancel autorun operations if it starts automatically. Run a virus scan on pen drive, this will help fix the issue. Now format the pen drive.

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SOURCE: Transcend 8GB JetFlash V30 Pendrive Device shows Used Space and Free space 0 bytes.

There are two possible
1. Damage to partition table
2. Damage to firmware

To fix the Transcend flash drive, you can use the JetFlash Online Recovery software, customer support from Transcend. This program can be used to save data, repair damaged partition table and damaged firmware.

JetFlash Online Recovery, you can download here Transcend Customer Support

How to use JetFlash Online Recovery, and analyze damage to flash drive, can you read in my blog. To find my blog, how:
Write a keyword in Google seach engine "Aplus Computer Fix Transcend Flash Drive". Analysis and how to use the JetFlash Online Recovery can you read in my blog.

Hopefully this information helps

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Is this a new drive? If so, it probably just needs to be formatted [and optionally assigned to whatever free drive (letter) you desire]:

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