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  •   How to Fix USB Shows 0 Bytes
    How to Fix the USB Shows 0 Bytes Issue

    Summary: USB flash drive is a chip size device that provides various functionalities, including copying and saving. Along with smart features, the USB flash drive could be subject to a problematic state in which the USB shows 0 bytes error. In this article, we will expound on several working solutions to this error. Besides, to help you tackle data loss problems that accompany the USB shows 0 bytes error, we will also introduce our data recovery tool, Bitwar Data Recovery. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION What Are the Possible Causes of USB Shows 0 Bytes? Many Windows users have reported this problem of USB shows 0 bytes when they try to connect their drive to the computer system. When this problem occurs, your drive cannot be recognized and shows 0 bytes or no media in Disk Management. This issue not only occurs in the case of USB’s but also pen drives and SD cards. There are many reasons which contribute to this concern. Below are some of them: Virus infections Insufficient power supply to a USB port Overloaded USB ports, when you insert multiple devices simultaneously in the ports. Hidden files Not recognized partition Unsafe removal of USB Failing flash drive...


  •   Fix Unknown USB Device Error (Device Descriptor Request Failed)
    [BEST] Fix Unknown USB Device Error (Device Descriptor Request Failed)

    Summary: The article below will show the best solutions to fix the Unknown USB Device Error (Device Descriptor Request Failed) and recover any lost data from the USB device by using Bitwar Data Recovery Software! WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Error Message: Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed) Since the disappearance of CD/DVD drives, USB has been the only way to transfer files on Windows computers but some users have complained about encountering an error message: Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed) and is stopping them from accessing or functioning their USB drives. This is not a common problem for Windows users, and you cannot use the USB flash drive or other external devices that are connected to your computer. Besides, this can happen because of hardware problems or some system-specific errors, but just for a safety measure, it is important for you to recover your data first from the USB device by using a data recovery tool for Windows. Related USB Error: Full Guide to Fix Can't Access USB Drive Windows 10 Error Safety Measure: Recover Data from USB Device There is a high probability that you may lose some of your files as you approach with the USB...


  •   fix problem ejecting usb mass storage device
    Quick Fix ‘This Device Is Currently in Use’ & Safely Ejecting Tips

    Summary: Here, we will introduce you to a couple of easy solutions to fix this device is currently in use issue and the safely ejecting tips; meanwhile, we will also walk you through the detailed steps of using Bitwar Data Recovery whenever you may get data lost accidentally. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION When you try to eject the USB storage device no matter the Transcend, SanDisk, Kingston, WD, or Toshiba external hard drive, it may show an error stating that there is a Problem Ejecting USB Mass Storage Device: This device is currently in use. Therefore, you might try to look into the program or window blocking the ejection and close them. But what if there is no such obvious program or window? You may try to eject the USB mass storage device abruptly, causing even bigger concerns by harming the device in use, as mentioned below. The USB device may not get recognized by the system after it has been removed unsafely. The USB device becomes inaccessible, and the file system is displayed as RAW. The USB device doesn't open at all the next time you try to connect it to your system. Relax, if you have ever come...


  •   Full Guide to Fix Can't Access USB Drive Windows 10 Error
    Full Guide to Fix Can’t Access USB Drive Windows 10 Error

    Summary: The below contents will introduce you to some cases of can't access USB drive Windows 10 issue and the best ideas on how to open USB on Windows 10 successfully with the practical solutions. Most importantly, we will also guide you on how to recover important data using Bitwar data recovery in case any data is lost due to this error! WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Issue: Cannot Open USB Drive on Windows 10 A similar issue asked why can't I access my USB drive by one of our users as below: "Last Tuesday I upgraded my computer system successfully from Windows 7 to 10, but after I connected my USB flash drive into the computer, my computer couldn't recognize it. I went to check at the settings to look for the connected devices, but my USB drive is not showing up either. Is there any other way to open the E drive, which is the USB port connection of my computer?" Can't access USB drive Windows 10 issue restricts many users to open USB on Windows 10. That's why many of our users complained that I couldn't open my USB drive and even access the data stored on it....


  •   format a usb flash drive
    How to Format a USB Flash Drive on Windows/Mac

    Summary: This article tells how to format a USB flash drive on Windows 10/8/7 and Mac when you want to reformat a new or second-hand removable storage device to make sure it doesn't contain any malicious files or fix the logical errors. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION What is Formatting? Formatting is the fastest way to prepare the USB flash drive for the initial use. It wipes all the data stored on your flash drive and allows full use of the storage capacity. Meanwhile, it also creates a filing system that can help organizes your data on Windows or Mac. Which File System Should I Choose for a USB Flash Drive? We can't talk about formatting without talking about file system as it differs when we are using the different computers; the common file systems are FAT32, exFAT, and NTFS for Windows, APFS, HFS+, and exFAT for macOS, here we will only talk about the most common file systems when formatting a USB flash drive: FAT32: It's compatible with all major operating systems and uses less memory usage. But it cannot handle single files larger than 4GB and has a limited partition size (up to 32GB). NTFS: It can create partitions larger...