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vinifera

USB stick issue

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well I used of both tools the newest versions given

and none have options to set

you just run them and it auto-detects stick and their thing :P

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well I used of both tools the newest versions given

and none have options to set

you just run them and it auto-detects stick and their thing :P

Good :).

I see how you don't need or want assistance/help, no prob whatever.

jaclaz

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you asked I answered

I used latest one they offered, and those are GUI programs with no settings to use, just "run and wait"

don't understand why you offended

MPALL didn't want to use since low level fornat wasn't able to work

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I am not offended at all :no:.

My sticks work fine, I can zap them when I want/if I need to, you have a problem, I attempted to help you on it, this turned out to be not possible, and I simply stated what was evident.

As said, no prob whatsoever :), but I can find better uses for my spare time, rest assured.

jaclaz

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I had this write protected problem with my usb and tried every way of formatting and removing its write proctection to no avail. Sometimes formatting would work but after a while the write protected problem would revert. I then tried using Phison MPall in the hopes of fixing it finally. Unfortunately my usb can now no longer be detected even in disk management. It seems I was rather careless messing it up even more. My question is if there is any way of reviving my usb now that it no longer shows up.

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