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#1 Sickeninqq


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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:45 PM

I have this 16 gig flash drive of which I think is corrupted in two ways. First, the USB's capacity has been reduced to a mere 64 megabyte flashdrive (properties show 0 bytes but the programs I used to fix the information recovery problem 3 programs shows 64 megabytes )  and the solution to this is formatting it but the problem is the USB holds important information and formatting would delete the files and I can't access the information as the USB's file system is RAW, which I WILL have to format to get to the information but how will I do so with the data erased? And to go more in-depth, when I do use the recovery programs for example testdisk says I have no partition, even with a deeper scan it says none and I think the problem is the 64 megabytes preventing it from accessing the data.


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