Burned a file .img on 8 GB SD card, formatted the SD card, now showing only 950 MB SD card.

I burned a file .img on a 8 gb SD card, and because I didn't want the file, I formatted the SD card.

Now windows says that the SD card has a capacity of 950 Mo. What is the problem and how can I solve this problem?

Thanks in advance!

Have you tried to format your USB drive using the command line? A little more difficult operation with no GUI at all

Here are the codes so that you can give it a try.

  1. Click Start orb and type 'cmd '.
  2. When cmd opens, type diskpart
  3. After that, type listdisk
  4. Select the drive that is your key USB and Select disc (number of your USB drive)without the brackets of type
  5. type clean
  6. type create partition primary
  7. type format fs = fat 32 fast
  8. type exit

hope this will fix your problem,

Kind regards


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