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« on: January 11, 2006, 05:32:48 PM »

Good day All
I recently bought a 512MB USB flash disk. The brand is SONY MICROVAULT USB 2.0. It came with a formatting software. I tested the device and the capacity as indicated on it was 512MB. After formatting it with the formatting software (IFORMAT), the capacity reduced from 512MB to 64MB.
 I have two of these disks and the same effects were recorded after formatting using the software it came with.  Sad
I have tried formatting using  windows and the problem still persists.
How can I resolve it.
I downloaded the formatting software from SONY on the Internet and the software could not recognize the disk. Shocked
Thanks for your

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