Setting and Formatting USB stick Using Diskpart Gets Error Message

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I am seeking an advice to those who are using diskpart to format and set a USB stick as bootable. I am recently using this, but I often get an error 68: ran diskpart to change drive letter – device unavailable. I wonder why this happens when in fact I am following all orders in its command. I am really confused. Please help me fix this issue. Thank you.

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Setting and Formatting USB stick Using Diskpart Gets Error Message

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Hallo Kent Laurence,

Is it a warning you are receiving when you try to change the drive letter or is it an error? I will suggest that you try the followijg procedure and see if it will help resolve the error;

Run the DiskPart, and then type LIST DISK. Thereafter, you will need to type 'select disk (#)' where the harsh symbol is meant to represent the primary hard drive that you are using. You will then type 'create partition primary' or 'cre par pri' and then type 'active'. Thereafter, you will need to deploy the image and see if you will get the error message again.

In case you get the error again, try running an application that will wipe the drive, and then try running diskpart to reset the primary partition and see if that will work.

Hope this helps.

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Regards
Mahesh Babu

 

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