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The window was unable to complete format

Usb became fat32 to raw and displays 0 bytes 0 space. formatting not possible

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SOURCE: unable to format 64 gb pen drive

Plug your pen drive into a computer that is on. In Windows Explorer, find the pen drive and right click on it and select "Properties". Select the "Tools' tab and then the "Check Now" button in the "Check the volume for errors"Box. Select both oxes and click "Start". Hopefully this will recover all of your drive. If not, the drive has been compromised (toasted). Then you should check with Kingston to get a replacement.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: pen drive showing 0 used space and 0 availabel space

a similar problem and didn't know wht to do . But transcend has a very easy solution to this problem which many of us dont know. Go to the link pasted below an download onlinerecovery.exe Follow the steps mentioned there and ur pendrive will start working. Mine did. http://www.transcendusa.com/Products/online_recovery_1.asp

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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SOURCE: pen drive display free space 0 byte and used space also 0 byte

Try formatting the drive. Assuming Windows XP, just open your "my computer" icon, right-click on the device and choose format. Be aware, formatting will remove any data you may have had on there previously.

If you're using another OS, or if it's an existing drive, please re-state your question giving further details (what OS, what you are trying to retrieve, etc).

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

chanddra2009

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SOURCE: U-MAX 2Gb pen drive showing free space 0 byte and used space0byte

Dear sir,
Here is the solution conect it to the system,right click on your thumb drive icon appered in your computer,go to the properties,then click on tools tab,then click on check now, if there is no check disk window,keep your pen drive to the system(dont remove) restart the system.now windows checking disk for error dont skip checking,it checks your thumb drive also,and fixes file system errors.after arrival of desktop now open my computer open your pen drive.Your pen drive must open normally. thi deffinately solves your problem.
If it not opening you have to format your pen drive no other solution for this.
if you have any problem regarding this issue leave a feedback,we will glad to assist you,

Have a nice day

good luck

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: pen drive is showing o bytes

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Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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