How to repair corrupted or unmounted pendrive

Hello guy’s in this article we are going to discuss about How to repair corrupted or unmounted pendrive with windows. let’s start.

If you have been using USB flash drives, you might be familiar with some of these error messages.

  • USB device not recognized
  • Windows does not recognize it.
  • Unknown drive, port reset failed
  • Descriptor request failed, error code 43
  • Drive did not load successfully. Etc.,

How to repair pendrive?

Step 1:

First you Connect your corrupted pen drive or sdcard to your computer.

Step 2:

Now open your command prompt with administrator.

Step 3:

Once you open command prompt. you type this below command.

diskpart

Step 4:

Now you type this below command. this command will help you to list of all the storage’s connected to your computer.

list disk

Step 5:

Now you choose you sdcard or pen drive disk number NOTE:  Make sure you enter the number correctly.Otherwise, you may format yourinternal hard drive. You can type list diskagain to check whether you are going correctly. There willbe a star (asterisk symbol) before the name of the selected disk.

Select disk (no)

Step 6:

Now you type this below command. this command will help you to clean your partition.

clean

Step 7: 

After execute clean command type this below command. This command will help you to create your partition into primary.

create partition primary

Step 8:

Now you type this below command

active

Step 9:

Now you choose partition so type this below command in you command prompt.

select partition 1

Step 10:

Now you type this below command. this process will take few Minuit’s. You can write ntfs instead of fat32 if you want to carry les larger than 4 gigabytes. Don’t close the CMD

formate fs=fat32

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