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1 USB opens mutiple USB interfaces

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OK. I deleted every volume in the device manager and I created a new one with the maximum cappacity avialible. Now it works. Thanks for your Help!

Yo guys, I have an USB Stick. If I plug it into my PC, not only one, but three new devices are displayed, each with a different storage.

How can i merge these 3 "Interfaces" into one?

 

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Maybe check Disk Management to remove the partitions and create a single big one ?

 

Start > enter in run / search " computer management " and under that you should have disk management.

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Just now, mariushm said:

Maybe check Device Manager to remove the partitions and create a single big one ?

 

Start > enter in run / search " computer management " and under that you should have disk management.

Ok, this is the one. What to do now? Thanks!

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To me it looks like it is partitioned, so I would save everything on it to your desktop and format each part until there is one left, and then format that as well

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Just now, MegaLukey said:

To me it looks like it is partitioned, so I would save everything on it to your desktop and format each part until there is one left, and then format that as well

I've formatted these already. There are still multiple volumes.

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delete them all until they become the big bang theory

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Just now, Introoke said:

I've formatted these already. There are still multiple volumes.

maybe try to open up a partition program and see if you can de-partition them

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OK. I deleted every volume in the device manager and I created a new one with the maximum cappacity avialible. Now it works. Thanks for your Help!

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Copy the data if you need it, then right click on every letter of the usb stick in disk management and select delete

When you have an empty stick right click on that empty space and select create partition to create a partition and give it a drive letter.

 

edit: was too slow. Cool, glad i could be of help.

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