Whenever I plug in my USB stick on a Windows PC, I get the message that my disk is corrupt and if I would like to fix it.
Checking removable Disk J:
Options for disk check:
(checkbox) Automatically correct mistakes in the filesystem.
(checkbox) Search corrupted sectors and fix them.
The search for corrupted sectors box is usually deactivated, but as far as I know it makes little difference in terms of what happens, as I have tried both on and off.
Choosing not to fix it doesn't change anything about the USB's behavior (I can just use it as I would otherwise), and choosing to fix it just brings up the message again when I unplug it safely from the Windows PC.
- I use this USB stick on Ubuntu as well. Maybe that is related to the issues?
- The stick is formatted as a FAT32 filesystem and is 8GB.