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How to Repair a Corrupted USB Drive in Linux

Everyone has a flash drive. They’re great little things, and they make safeguarding data easy. However, sometimes flash drives can get corrupted or just flat out quit working. If you’re a Linux user and this has happened to you, there’s an easy fix to all of this. In this article we’ll go over a few really simple tricks on how you can get your flash drive back in working order.
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