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I recently downloaded a Dell diagnostic tool to my flash drive. It converted it from an 8GB NTFS drive to a 2GB FAT drive with 6GB of unallocated space. I thought this was fine at the time as I planned to simply convert it back to NTFS and reallocate the memory. However, I'm unable to recover...
I tried to format a flash drive in NTFS, but it seems to take forever to complete formatting. Is this normal? I also tried formatting the same flash drive in exFAT, which took much less time to complete. However, I can't use the flash drive with my laptop because it doesn't have exFAT as a file...
I have a thumb drive with items saved on it. All of a sudden my computer is saying the drive is not formatted and wants to do so. How can I open the thumb drive and will I lose the information saved on it?