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Trouble in my 64 GB Pendrive

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  1. AmitPaul

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    Hi, I have a pen drive of 64 GB having some important data in it, I have taken backup of my important data, the problem is that if i am copying any data into this, copied data not appearing, i tried this many times but still data not appearing. my previous data is still in it and appearing i am able to use my data and can copy to my computer but i am unable to copy more files into it,
    if i try to delete all files of my pendrive, it processed done but files reappear and coming back in my pendrive,
    also it is not formatting saying "Window was unable to complete format".
    I have also tried cmd, disk management and third party software like EaseUS, PartitionGuru etc. but Pendrive is not formatting.
    please suggest any solution.
     

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    Issue not resolved from HP Format tool, it is also unable to format.
    Please Suggest another solution,
     
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    Looks like the drive is gone. You've tried every bit of software that would be recommended to format it.

    The only thing to do is get another 64GB stick.
     
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