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    USB 3.0 64GB Drives

    I bought 2 64GB drives that work with USB 3.0. On one I have about 64 GB. However, on the other, it shows I have 48.8 MB free and the rest is full. But, I don't have anything on the rest of it. I've tried formating it and when finished it tells me I have 48MB free. It will not allow me to put anything on it above that 48 MB. I've tried finding ways to format the entire USB stick but am drawing a blank. When I received both, they both had 64GB, but this one tells me most of that amount is being used.

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    Have a look at the following link:

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...ntWPA0svFXrJpQ

    Rich

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    Thanks. Just what I needed. Now, I've got to remember where I put that bad memory stick!

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    Glad I could help - hope you find your memory.........stick.

    Rich

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    Found it. I don't know if it is because I'm trying to do 10-15 things at the same time or my age that causes me to forget what I was doing? Growing old is not for sissies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhawk36 View Post
    Found it. I don't know if it is because I'm trying to do 10-15 things at the same time or my age that causes me to forget what I was doing? Growing old is not for sissies!
    However, it beats the alternative!

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