Hi @Sandro AKKA
It sounds like the pendrive has a hardware failure or a physical lock. Have you checked for a physical lock? There are some third party applications that may be able to help you with this:
Recover It at Wondershare
You may also want to try the following:
- Access Diskpart interface by pressing Windows +R, inputting “diskpart” and hitting Enter key.
- Run the commands listed below in order:
select disk m, m refers to the number of the USB drive
create partition primary
format fs=ntfs quick, ntfs can be replaced with exfat or fat32
assign drive letter f, f refers to the drive letter for the USB drive partition and you can change it as you like.
After a while, the corrupted USB drive will be repaired and you can access it and save data on it.
I hope this answers your question.
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