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usb not properly working

By khan120160786 ·
right click and open on kingston USB gives following error
please insert a disk into removable disk z
formatting a usb gives the following error
there is no disk in drive z
insert a disk, and then try again.

running command prompt in administrator mode(in Normal and Safe mode)
entering diskpart
then enter list disk
then enter select disk
then enter make partition primary
then enter clean gives the following error message
virtual disk error
there is no media in the device.

is it possible to solve this problem?
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Drive may becomes RAW, try this once

by abby1991 In reply to usb not properly working

If your USB drive becomes unresponsive or you’re unable to format your drive then there are chances that your drive may become RAW or inaccessible. There are various reasons for this issue such as BIOS settings, USB data line, USB interface voltage variability, drive hidden issue or compatibility issue, etc. Whatever may be the reason, the end result is data inaccessibility or data loss.

You can try below options as a solution for this issue:

1. Establish a connection between another system and USB Data Line to verify whether it is broken or not.
2. Make sure the system and motherboard are compatible with each other.
3. Verify whether the USB interface voltage is up to the mark or not.
4. Use Disk Management to unhide the drive.
5. Ensure USB is enabled in Operating System as well as in BIOS.

Hope this may help.

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Drive may becomes RAW, try this once

by kalpeshjuthani456 In reply to Drive may becomes RAW, tr ...

Thanks for the answer.

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Use Device Manager to scan for hardware changes

by RushPCB In reply to usb not properly working

After your computer scans for hardware changes, it might recognize the USB device that is connected to the USB port so that you can use the device. ... Click Action, and then click Scan for hardware changes. Check the USB device to see whether it is working.

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