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Restore USB Drive Capacity To Full Using DiskPart

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It is really annoying to anyone to be unable to use the USB drive’s storage completely. This happens when your USB drive is infected with the malware, which hides the actual storage capacity. This not only hides the capacity of the drive but also you won’t be able to access our data either. So, how to get the drive’s full storage capacity? Removing the partitions and cleaning the disk is one possible way out. This will fix the USB drives with formatting and capacity problems. If you are unable to access data, you can use software to recover USB data

Reasons to Why You’ll Want USB Type-C

Reasons to Why You'll want USB Type-C

We all have a lot of electronic devices around our homes like cell phones, tablets, laptops etc. Each of these devices has this one thing in common and that is a USB port. For those who are not sure what a USB port is for or what exactly are USB for. Then do not worry. This is all very basic and you do not have to be a techie to know these things. USB is an abbreviation for Universal Serial Bus. USB like flash cards, micro SD card, Pen drive etc. all these are used on the basis of their

Why is File System of your USB Drive Important

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One of the most annoying issues in using a USB drive is when you can’t add any desired files from your computer. The drive denies adding the file and the reason would be incompatible file system architecture. The USB drive you are using might not have the File system as per the system or the size of the file. We will see more about this USB drive file formatting issue. Using a USB drive can get you into the technicality of file systems, compatibility and data transfer parameters. Some of the fundamental aspects of a file system are their capacity

USB Drive Missing in Windows? Here’s How to Find It

At times, the powerful Windows might just not recognize your USB drive, SD cards or any sort of memory cards when connected. Though this issue is not new with Windows, thankfully there are few methods to detect your missing USB drive on Windows. Make Missing/Undetectable USB Drive Detectable Method #1: Use Disk Management When you connect the USB drive to your computer, it should automatically detect the device, if it doesn’t then check the Disk Management tool. If you are using Windows 8/10, right-click the start icon and choose Disk Management. If you are using Windows 7, hit Windows +

Is It Necessary to “Safely Eject USB drive”?

When disconnecting a USB device from our PC or Notebook, we always think about it once in a while. Let’s explore some aspects to answer this question. Disconnecting a USB Mac system provides a couple of ways to safely remove your USB device, but it doesn’t recommend suddenly ejecting of your hardware. Windows suggests a different approach towards this issue; it offers a setting that would save you from the extra efforts of using the ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ option. But this feature does not give us the answer to our question except that Windows believe in saving your time and

How to Partition a Memory Card (SD/USB) In Windows and Mac

Creating partitions on your memory card (SD/USB) card is easy, whether you are using Windows or Mac. You just have to follow certain steps that would enable you to partition your SD card. Make a Partition! SD cards are small storage units, exclusively used to store a collection of data that you can access from your computer or other devices. While using SD/SDHC cards or USB drives, it becomes very important to organize your important information. The best measure to adopt would be memory card partition before using it to store your information. Partitioning memory card helps to maintain the integrity

Ways to use Unallocated Space on USB Drive

USB flash drives are the portable memory devices that enable easy transfer of all your data between computers. They are convenient to use and hence most of them even use them for booting the computer. However, they do have some problems while sharing. One such potential problem is unallocated memory, in which a portion of your USB drive memory becomes inaccessible and useless either due to unreliable third party diagnostic tools or an incomplete reformatting of your USB drives. Until and unless the unallocated disk space takes up larger section of your USB drive space it is not a problematic

How to Create Bootable USB Drive?

A bootable USB drive is a USB drive that can boot up when you start your system. It comes in handy if you ever want to boot your operating system from your flash drive in case of emergency purposes. For example, if your hard drive fails, your OS on the system might become corrupt due to which you might be unable to boot regularly hence you will need to boot in from another device. In such cases, having a bootable USB is becomes very essential. Using bootable USB to install an operating system (OS) not only makes the installation faster,

Remove virus from pen drive without losing data

We generally use pen drives in our daily life as a temporary storage device and to transfer data between the systems. But, pen drives are easily susceptible to virus infection when compared to other storage devices as they can be extensively used on any computer easily. They can be easily plugged in and out to any system this is the main reason for virus infection on these pen drives. This would lead to data corruption; in turn leading to loss of your vital files on these pen drives. I believe most of you might have come across such situations and

How to Boot from USB Device?

Even though the computers are designed to boot from internal hard drive by default, user can change the boot order sequence to boot the system from other device such as external hard drive, pen drive and other USB devices. Before you perform the booting process of computer through USB device, you should access the BIOS Setup Utility and change boot order sequence. In order to change boot order sequence follow below mentioned steps. Turn on your computer by switching-on the power button. Follow all the on screen instructions carefully to enter into the BIOS setup utility. Most PC’s use keys