I was creating a LiveUSB for Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop, but I cancelled the process in between.
When I checked my pendrive(pd), its used space was full but with garbage files and folders having alien names.
I tried formatting in Windows but nothing changed.
I tried in Ubuntu with partion manager system utility. The files and folders disappeard but the pd had to be reformatted in Windows to get in going.
Now everthing seems fine from the outside, but its not, from the inside.
The files that I copy to the pd get corrupted.
What could be the reason? What do I do?
Can this be considered as a bug of UNetbootin?
My pendrive got corrupted by UNetbootin
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Posted 31 October 2009 - 06:02 PM
probably not an issue with Unetbootin...I would look for one of the low level USB formatters (like the HP one) and use that to do a FULL reformat. If that fails, it could just be that the flash inside the pen drive went "bad" (it does happen)...
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