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How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

It sometimes happens that the USB drive does not work because it is not formatted properly. To me this has happened several times and I'm always in this case I use a program called GParted to format the USB drive and hard drives.



Sorry for the spelling and phonetic errors in the text.
Owner and main writer of MintGuide.org is not a native English speaker.


GParted is present in the Linux Mint software Manager, where you can install it or run the following command in terminal to install:

sudo apt-get install gparted

Insert your flash drive into the port on the computer and open the program GParted.

How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux MintHow to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

Now right click on the string with the USB stick, and on the shortcut menu, select Unmount:

How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux MintHow to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

Once your flash drive unmount, again right click on the line and now in the context menu to Format and select fat32 format:

How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux MintHow to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

I recommend fat32 format due too many media players can only read this format, in addition, if you plan to make this bootable USB flash drive that is fat32 mandatory

Now you need to apply all our previous actions:

How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux MintHow to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

How to correctly format the USB stick in Linux MintHow to correctly format the USB stick in Linux Mint

Your pen drive is formatted correctly.

In addition in Linux Mint has a utility called USB stick formatter:

Linux Mint USB stick formatter

I do not use, because several times after it had to re-format the drive in gParted. Use at your own discretion.

Good Luck!!!

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