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USB flash drive issue

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I have a 128gb flash drive that reads "Bitlocker status: not encryptable" after trying to format it with NTFS file system.

Does anyone know how to correct this issue?

I want to use this drive for backup and when I check "properties", all I get is 0 bytes free and 0 bytes used.

Apparently the drive is corrupted and I need to know if there is a tool or program that will correct this problem.

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Have you tried a scan disk on it?

Here's how if you don't know.
Click start.
Click computer.
Right click on the inserted key icon and choose properties from the menu.
Click the tools tab.
Under error checking click check now.
Put a tick in both boxes.
Click the start button and it will run.

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