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How to format USB full of files? ON WHAT device?
Posted by Ronie Primaco on Dec 07, 2019

we can NOT see you or what is in your hand.
Is it a computer, if yes, which one, and what OS does it run?
also if windows, microsoft has page showing the 10 ways to do that.
even in diskmanager. too.
google has 140million hits. ever google?
amazing it is not more to me.


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  1. Connect your USB to a healthy computer.
  2. Open This PC or My Computer, find the USB drive.
  3. Right-click on the USB drive and select "Format".
  4. Set the file system as "NTFS" or "FAT32" and click "OK".
  5. Then click "Start" to begin the formatting process.
Just wait, and you can permanently remove files that have been deleted from your USB.

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Are you using windows os? if yes, plug the USB drive, then right-click (mouse) on the USB drive and select format.

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Check your USB memory to make sure that it comply with the points below:
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I think the problem is due to a virus. Your system or hard drive (PAN drive) might have a virus. It is the virus causing your hard drive not showing full space. i suggest you install a good antivirus to your computer like kaspersky and NOD32 and scan the PAN drive and formate it. 
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