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I wasn’t trying to ruffle any feathers I was simply verifying that I had the right thing.
And I don’t trust VirusTotal 100% but it is better than nothing.
I also don’t trust any download sites assessment either.
I guess I tend to be more cautious than most.
And I DO genuinely...
Does anyone have any ideas on how I can fix this?
This USB doesn't have a write protect switch or slider.
Physical drive size: 61,912,121,344 (61.9GB)
Drive shows as: Removable
Device vendor: specific
Vendor's product: storage_device
Device revision: 0009...
The drives from my Dell 9020 core i7 with 32GB ram
Drive 82 the spinner is behaving as expected
Drive 2 is the OS boot drive which is a Silicon Power 3D NAND which I purchased in July but have only been really using it since early November. I have to say that I am a bit disappointed at the...
I may be atypical but when InitDisk was released I thought I have a bunch of USB drives that I can run it on (I currently have something over 30 USB drives) would be nice if I didn’t have to relaunch it each time.
Yep works now!
InitDisk Running... Release 5
Please insert the USB drive you wish to erase and reformat with a FAT file
system. If the drive is already plugged in you may remove it, wait for its
removal to be...
Just Tried this drive again with InitDisk (4th release)
Still receiving the same error message
Including the output again incase it is helpfull
Physical drive size: 128,345,702,400 (128GB)
Drive shows as: Removable
Device vendor: samsung
I get an error when I run InitDisk on a Samsung USB drive.
I can format it just fine with windows 10
Can also read and write to it as well.
Never gave me any problems in the past.
Now wondering how much I can trust it though.
Anyone have any thoughts?
See output below.