Glide 16Gb Not showing change drive letter shows files [Closed]

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Hello,
I used ramus 3.4 to make this a bootable pendrive for win 10.
I formatted it, and loaded some films on it to transfer to a win 7 machine, it showed the files but some where empty folders.

When I put the drive in now and try to open it it goes through the green line mode. show o bytes unused 0
If I look in disk management removable G, no media.
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General: Sandisk Cruzer Glide USB drive this drive working properly.
Volumes disk 1, type, removable G, Status No media partition style MBR rest 0
Driver 21/06/2006 ver 10.0.17134.1
Details Drick drive
Events Not migrated.

When I put it into another USB slot after the green line as finished it reads the file as usb 16Gb show blue line as used space, when I press to open it reverts back to just a drive letter, greyed out box.

Any Ideas?

Thanking you in anticipation

Pe-st

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Why did you put your files behind that middleware? Your best bet is to remove that front end. What makes it bootable? What benefit does the BOOTABLE portion bring to you? Just use it as a drive.
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originally I used the drive as bootable disk to reinstall win on my computer, then I formatted it added my film files.
this is when it started to read/show blank.
I don't know how to clear it, as it wont format.
Open it in disk management, and delete the volume. Then build a new volume.
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In Disk Manager reads: disk 1, Removable (G.) No Media
Rest is Blank
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Removable sticks die. This is what I get when I place a WORKING USB into disk management:


I think you have a DEAD ONE!
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Hi this is what I get

Ok, then right click over the unallocated disk space, and select new volume.

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