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Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you. JakeGould Tyler Tyler 18 8. I found a similar post on Stack Overflow where someone had the same problem and just ran this diskutil command from the command line: In general, formatting a disk would get you what you wanted.
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Of course the last one I used completely raped the shit out of my flash drive. So now I cannot do anything with it.
My flash drive was originally a 64gb flash drive. And the boot files take up 4. But now, for some reason my flash drive has a total of 4. When i try deleting the files on the drive by dragging them to the trash, it says this: The item "boot" cannot be moved to the Trash because it can't be deleted.
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When i try right clicking, it does not give me the option to move it to trash. I've also tried erasing the disk from Disk Utility, but when i go to do that it says fails and says: Erase process has failed.
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The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: You may be able to get help on Super User. If you don't like the commandline, try the disktool App in Utilities.
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Don't worry, you can't destroy the stick, but sure you lost all data on it. The Erase option works slightly differently for a physical disk than a logical volume. When the physical disk is used then Erase partitions the drive with one volume then formats that volume.