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How to Fix Errors & Format USB Flash Drives

Author : Weterm Date : 12/25/2013 8:40:40 PM

How to Fix Errors & Format USB Flash Drives
You can fix errors and format USB flash drives by simply reformatting them. By reformatting yourUSB flash drive, you will completely erase all data on it and return it to its original state. USB flash drives can be conveniently reformatted with both Mac and Windows operating systems.

Instructions
Windows
1
Plug your USB flash drive into your computer. Click "Start" and select "Computer" or "My Computer."

2
Right-click your flash drive in the resulting window.

Select "Format" and then choose the format you would like to reformat your USB flash drive to from the "File System" menu. FAT32 is typically a preferred format because it is compatible with both Macintosh and Windows operating systems.

4
Give your USB flash drive a name by typing it into the "Volume Label" box.

5
Click "Start" and then click "OK" to confirm this choice. Your USB flash drive will proceed to be reformatted.

6
Repeat this process for each additional flash drive you would like to format. You have now successfully fixed errors and formatted USB flash drives.

Mac OS X
7
Plug your USB flash drive into your computer. Click the "Finder" and select "Applications."

8
Open the "Utilities" folder and then double-click "Disc Utility."

9
Select your USB flash drive from the "Disc Utility" list.

10
Click the "Erase" tab and then choose the format you would like to reformat your USB flash drive to from the "Volume Format" menu. FAT32 is typically a preferred format because it is compatible with both Macintosh and Windows operating systems.

11
Give your USB flash drive a name by typing it into the "Name" box.

12
Click "Erase." Your USB flash drive will proceed to be reformatted.

13
Repeat this process for each additional flash drive you would like to format. You have now successfully fixed errors and formatted USB flash drives.