Good day, Bleeping Computer forums!
I bought a 64 GB flash drive from Singapore a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to convert it into NTFS, so I tried formatting it, but Windows kept on saying that it couldn't format it. In response, I hit up CMD and removed the current partition of the drive so I could make a new one in NTFS format, but that failed as well. At this stage, the drive was unrecognizable. Its storage capacity was even listed as "unknown." Thinking I still could fix things, I downloaded a third-party partition software (I forgot its name) and attempted to create a new partition for the drive. The software said the process succeeded, but when I checked, Windows still said, "You have to format this drive before you can use it." I tried doing that, but the format still failed. This time, however, the storage capacity was finally recognized—62.4 GB.
I already tried both of the formatting options (quick and not), but both of them failed.
Please help me with this. All help are appreciated. Thank you in advance.