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You can format it with any bootable disk/CD/DVD/USB/PXE system - The main thing is that you can't be running your OS from the drive that you want to format. You can even download a Linux distribution, and use that to format it. You'll need an operating system though, so that's why I'd recommend Linux. The fact that your Windows had "expired" leads me to ...


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'You could replace your old macro (the other type of Excel macro) with the following VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code that handles the replacement of the double dots with colons. Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Cells.Count <> 1 Then Exit Sub 'Only check when one cell is being changed. Select Case ...


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Use another formatting tool, Windows sucks at this part. As it seems you have partitioned this drive. Use this http://www.pendrivelinux.com/restoring-your-usb-key-partition/ After having tooled around with a USB Linux version using your image overwritten or multi partitioned flash pen drive, you might find it necessary to revert it back to a single fat ...


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You can use the utilities that come with Windows to do this without downloading anything else. DISKPART from the command line as Administrative user will do what you need. Once inside of the diskpart utility type in list disk, select the USB disk by typing disk select (x) and then clean, this should now wipe the USB stick, you can now create a new partition ...



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