How to Recover Lost Space of USB drive after making Bootable on Linux ?(Solution)

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The problem is that the remaining space of your USB flash disk has become unallocated. To repair it, use diskpart (in windows):

How to Recover Lost Space of USB drive after making Bootable on Linux ?(Solution)




  • Open command line (cmd) and type diskpart. Allow the windows to run it.
  • type list disk, and find the number of your USB flash disk.
  • type select disk X, and type the number of the USB disk instead of X.It should say that disk X is now selected.
  • type clean.
  • type create partition primary.
Now you should be able to use the flash disk as before. (You have to format it first)
How to Recover Lost Space of USB drive after making Bootable on Linux ?(Solution) How to Recover Lost Space of USB drive after making Bootable on Linux ?(Solution) Reviewed by siddhesh Lad on October 29, 2016 Rating: 5
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