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My pen drive is full but showing system volume information only?

My pen drive is filled at its maximum capacity but showing system volume information only. I have tried: nothing. I think it was caused by: I have just copied one movie

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It appears that some data was lost when writing to the USB drive. To fix that, open File Explorer (Windows Explorer) by pressing the Windows and "E" buttons. Right-click the flash drive letter under "This PC" ("Computer"). Select "Properties". Click the "Tools" tab. Click "Check now..." Check "Automatically fix file system errors". Click "Start". After the process has been finished, the flash should be recovered.

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The other solution is to open File Explorer (Windows Explorer) by pressing the Windows and "E" buttons. Right-click the flash drive letter under "This PC" ("Computer"). Select "Format..." Click "Start" and wait until the process has been finished.

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