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Just want to share my experience. We burn a lot of bootable ISO's to flashdrives to setup anything from Windows server series to Windows 7 through 10. We ONLY have issues with Kingston drives when it comes to this. I spoke to a guy at tech support from Kingston and after a lot of useless info it basically boils down to its not guaranteed to boot. So i tried ...


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Since the stick works fine on the TV (which often use linux-based operating systems) and does not work in Windows, I would guess it is a partitioning issue. Use some partitioning tool (e.g., gparted or Partition Master) and check the partitioning. Things to look for: MBR or GUID Partition table Partition TYPE (maybe the TV formated the stick as ext3 or ...


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This depends highly on your window manager. For gnome it is pretty easy and doesn't even need root: # gnome-mount /dev/sdxy Unfortunately, KDE has no helper/wrapper like gnome and invokes udisks directly, which is the way you wanna do it in KDE (root required): # sudo udisks --mount /dev/sdxy EDIT: gnome-mount is of course highly outdated, as it ...


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Its impossible to say - it does sound like the flash on your USB is stuffed, in which case (as you claim to not have soldering skills, and even soldering skills may not enough), in which case you need to go to a data recovery/forensic specialist and pay $$$$ if the contents of the drive is that valuable to you. Before you do that though, you may want to get ...


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Open RUN and type this command diskmgmt.msc Here all the disks will be listed you can format by right clicking the usb device.



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