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#1 MrFrance

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Posted 20 January 2016 - 01:30 AM

I came across a 62 gb micro usb which i plugged in my laptop through an adapter, and have been trying to format it to put linux on it for a while now (had nothing on it).. but when i try to open it, it says you need to format the disk in drive D before you can use it.. if i hit cancel it says "D is not accessible. The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted." when i try to format it (to fat and to ntfs) it says windows was not able to complete the format. when i check for errors in properties it says the disk check could not be performed because the disk is not formatted. permissions is set to full control. ive gone to regedit and made a new key blah blah..ive downloaded M3 data recovery and having heard its a raw drive i click raw drive recovery.. when i try to recover it, it says, "Failed to fix RAW drive, please use Data Recovery mode to recover data from RAW drive." so im thinking okay theres no data on it but whatever you say.. and of course it says data not found. this usb is either really stubborn or lost... i have no fricken clue how it got this way and no fricken clue on how to get it back.. ANY feedback would be oh so appreciated!



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#2 MrFrance

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Posted 20 January 2016 - 01:49 AM

okay i dont know much about "volumes" but i think a corrupted volume or deleted volume might have something to do with it






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