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- Feb 26, 2019 at 09:11 AM
I just formatted a 16GB Kingston Data Traveller and put a couple of folders on it. Why does File explorer show it twice, with identical structure?
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What are the drive letters displayed? Post a picture here of what you are seeing, please.
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I thought I did that. I search for regedit, right klick it and select run as administrator. Still it comes back and says, there has been an error....
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OK, in control panel, remove all USER CONTROL, and try it again.

Hit Windows key, and start typing USER CONTROL, select CHANGE USER ACCOUNT CONTROL, move slider to NEVER. Try it again. Remember to put that back when done, or you are risking a malicious change from malware.
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Same result. It still asks "Do you want to..." and then "there has been an error..."
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Sorry to bother you again - but you are the only one who has reacted to my problem. Have you given up on me?

Any idea what I might try?
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There appears to be more issues than just then memory if you cannot complete the task. If you cannot turn off UAC, there is a different issue, which may be causing this indication. you need to address the fact that you get an error when attempting to elevate to admin credentials.
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