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32 GB flash drive to 1 MB flash drive

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My Sandisk flash drive is now like 1 mb. It was 32 GB. Also, it's FAT not NTFS. Can someone help me take it back to 32 GB?

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Open CMD > diskpart > list disk > select disk _ (whichever is the flash drive) > clean > create partition primary. 

You should then be able to see it in disk management and format it to NTFS.

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Just now, djdwosk97 said:

Open CMD > diskpart > list disk > select disk _ (whichever is the flash drive) > clean 

it says device not ready

 

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now its not even popping up

EDIT : its popping up in disk part but not in windows

 

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9 minutes ago, Oshino Shinobu said:

I'd try downloading SDFormatter and format the drive using that. I use it when I create an install USB and need to get it back to default, it hasn't failed on me yet. 

 

https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/

its not even opening

 

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