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The reason it's giving you that warning is you didn't click "Unmount Volume"[EDIT]You'll have to scroll down to see "Unmount Volume"
Have you got a file manager window open that's displaying the USB sticks contents ?
Look this may be fixable .. but not if you don't follow my instructions .. do you want to try or not ?it's NOT a virus
I have noticed once a device is formatted to one OS it won't work in the other anyway.
Melissa .. you're not listening to me .. ignore the instructions before for now, do you want to attempt to fix this or not ?QuoteI have noticed once a device is formatted to one OS it won't work in the other anyway.That is wrong .. a "properly" formatted (FAT) USB stick will work in pretty much ANY OS, certainly in Windows, Linux, and OS XThe problem is your stick isn't properly formatted .. it doesn't contain a partition .. now Windows can work with them like that, but Linux will mark it as read only.
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