Provided your USB flash drive wrote The error: “Please Insert Disk into Removable Disk”:
This error occurs when the flash drive controller software becomes corrupt. It can happen if there are some issues with the memory chips.The more it contains data, the more it gets worsen
Also, if you try to check the drive size, it usually shows its capacity as 0MB. As the device cannot be mounted on windows. If you check the device a different name for the USB drive will be listed. Also, the Disk Management shows a drive letter with No Media.
You can be able to fix it if:
1 It’s caused by logical issues:
You need to repair the file structure so that the USB flash drive can be used again.
This is how you can scan the problems using Windows:
•Insert the USB drive into the USB port of your system,
•Go to–
My Computer>Removable Disk Icon,
•Right click the Removable Disk Icon and open its Properties,
•Click on the Tools tab,
•Click ‘Check Now button’,
•You will be given two check disk options,
“ Automatically fix file system errors ” and
“ Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors ”,
•✔Check both check boxes,
•Click Start. This will initiate the scanning process.
•Click Close after the scan process is completed.
If you are using 💽windows 7 then carry out the following steps to repair the USB Flash Drive:
•Insert the USB drive into the USB port of your system,
•Go to
My Computer>Removable Disk Icon,
•Right click the Removable Disk Icon and open its Properties,
•Click on the Tools tab,
•Click “Rebuild” button
Let the scan process get completed,
•Close the scan window once it’s completed,
•Right-click the icon of the USB flash drive and “Eject”.
•Then remove the drive from the USB port.
Hopefully, 🙂this would help you solve your problem.
If it doesn’t work🤔, try this;
•Start the “Disk management”
•Go to Start>>Create and format hard disk partitions’
•Hit Windows key and R together and enter diskmgmt.msc into the box and press enter,
•Now you get to see a list of drives. You have to identify your USB drive here. Now if the USB drive is listed here but not in Windows Explorer then you have to take these steps.
•You have to check the partition status at first and verify if it is showing ‘healthy’ with the drive letter, If it is not showing there, then that would be one reason why your USB drive is not recognized.
If it shows *healthy*then change or assign a new drive letter to your USB Flash drive.
Either you can right-click on the partition and choose “Change Drive Letter and Paths, then add a drive letter.
Or you can follow the below steps to assign a new letter to your USB drive
1. Right-click on ‘My Computer ‘from the start menu
2. Click on “Manage” from the top icons, to open Computer Management window
3. Click on the “Disk Management” option
4. Here, from a list of attached drives select your USB flash drive.
5. Right-click on the drive of which you want to change the drive letter. Then click on “Change Drive Letter and Paths” . Here you can select “Change” and select a new drive letter.
6. Click on Yes to confirm.
It still doesn’t work? 😏keep calm and try this:
Error checking
You can do error checking on your USB flash drive
1. Open up Windows Explorer or press “Windows” key + E of your keyboard
2. Right-click on the USB disk and click on “Properties”.
3. From here click on the Tools tab. From here you can click on “Check Now “button to check for any errors. It is always recommended to click on “Automatically fix file system errors.” Checking this option will automatically fix any existing file system errors
Other wise,
If you can take a chance with your files like (photos, audios, videos) and are not up to recover them, then the easiest fix is to format the drive.

I need to my files before
formatting the drive
Steps to recover data from corrupt or inaccessible USB drive:
You can download and install Stellar Phoenix Windows data recovery – professional.
other wise
•Connect the problem USB drive you’re trying to recover its data.
•Under ‘ Drive Recovery ‘, your problem USB device will be listed with the predefined label on it D:\ or E:\.
•Click on the drive and select ‘ Advanced Recovery ‘ (keep the radio button selected to FAT32 ) and let software begin scanning the drive.
•The software scans the media and lists all the recoverable files as well as lets you see the preview of files ready to recover.
•Choose any or all the desired files and folders and •Click on ‘Recover’ button.
Thats all😄
🤔 ohh! Dealing with inaccessible/corrupt USB drive?
•To recover data from an inaccessible USB or Flash drive,
•first you must be able to identify the exact reason leading to the problem while reading the USB drive.
Recovering from Physical Issues:
If you have a physical error such as a broken connector, circuit board, NAND memory chip of the drive, then the hardware needs to be replaced to repaired.
Doing-it-yourself can lead to even worse situations.
⚠ Before you format
1. Open the Start menu and type “diskpart” in the run box
2. A Windows UAC will pop up, asking you for admin access to the DISKPART tool
3. At the prompt-like window which will display only “DISKPART”, type “list disk”.
4. Once you identify your USB drive disk number from the list of names, enter the following command “select disk #” where # is the disk number of your USB drive.
5. Here, you can enter the command “clean”
6. The clean command is used to zero out the sectors of the disk that contain the partition data.
7. Once you have cleaned the disk then type command “create partition primary”.
This command will create new partition on the disk and set it to primary, which means now the entire USB drive is ready to be formatted.😎
Steps to format USB flash drive
1. Plug your USB device into your system.
2. Open “My Computer” option.
3. Right-click on the option Removable Disk.
4. Select “Format…”
5. Click on the “Start” button.
6. Click on the “OK” button to verify.