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I am absolutely, possitively, certain, that when I purchased the damned thing, it was a 64 GB USB memory stick.
As you know, Mad, I might be, but, as you know, stupid, I am certainly not.
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From: "Steve Matzura" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 3:30 PM
Subject: Re: Alternative disk management software accessible using a screen-reader
Oh yeah, CLEAN will do it, too.
But why oh why does it not say you have a 64GB drive? You're abso-tively posi-lutely sure it's really a 64GB drive and you didn't mix it up with another one? That's just so so odd.
On 10/30/2018 5:43 AM, Dave Durber wrote:
Following several searches on line, for instructions on how to delete a partition/volume on a USB memory stick, several of which suggested I type the command line:
When I tried this command, Windows displayed the message:
No drive is selected.
Then I came across a sight which suggested the command:
which did the trick
Once I closed DiskPart and closed the CMD window, I used the partition and format manager to see if the entire 64 GB was now available as . unalocated space.
I'm sorry to say, for me anyway, the only unalocated space available, was 8 GB.
So, it looks like the rest of the available space between 8 GB an 64 GB no longer exists, that is as far as Windows is concerned.
So, I am off to search for another 64 GB memory stick at a good discounted price.
Thank you to everyone who has tried to help me with this problem.