Thanks to all organisation and individuals providing online tutorials and video training for people like us to learn. We are very grateful. The Good Lord will bless you.
Whenever we try to format a pen drive or other removable storage devices like memory cards, flash drives, or external HDD. We get an error like “Can’t format the drive, quit any disk utilities or other programs that are using this drive, and then try formatting again”. There may be two reasons for this problem, either your pen drive is hardware faulty or your pen drive is infected from viruses. In case if its, hardware faulty then there is no way to fix it, until and unless it’s in warranty period. If it’s due to virus infection, then you can fix the unable to format or can’t format the drive problem easily.
When you insert your USB drive to your computer and Windows detects it, but does not show the drive icon for it in My Computer. The problem is Windows which is unable to allocate a Drive letter for your USB drive.
Why USB drive not shown in This PC (windows 10) or My Computer?
Windows detected the USB drive, but unable to allocate the drive letter for it, this behavior can happen to new USB drives you just brought. To fix this follow the the steps below
The answer is yes, sooner or later you will need some computer training. As computers evolve and new software becomes available people are finding it important to keep up on their computer skills.
If you work in office environment for example, you may be faced with a situation where your employer purchases a new piece of software in the hopes that it will help his company become more efficient. As a result, you may be required to learn to use this new piece of software. Even if you work in a warehouse this new software may required that you need to enter inventory and print packing slips.
|by: Jim Edwards|
|Online security is one of the top catch phrases these days, but hardly anybody knows what it means and worse, most home computer users think security only applies to corporations and online businesses.Most people think online security means simply protecting your credit card data from fraud and theft, but it actually goes way beyond that.The potential for mayhem and just plain disruption of your life doesn’t just mean credit card fraud – it can mean having your identity stolen, your life disrupted and spending hours cleaning up after an online ‘vandalism’ attack.|