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How to Format USB or Hard Drives on Ubuntu

Ubuntu distribution is a USB or hard drive quickly. If you want to use any external apps or services. You can use your USB or hard drive. Here is how to use these programs.

How to Format USB or Hard Drives on Ubuntu

How to format a USB drive in Ubuntu

USB drive. If you want to get comfortable, then you need to be comfortable.

Formatting a USB drive using Ubuntu's Disks Utility

1. Click on the 'Dash' button.

2. Type 'disks' into the search and begin searching.

3. Open the 'Disks' from the Application results. This opens the Disks window.

4. Click and select the USB drive list.

5. Select the volume of the USB drive.

6. Click the 'Gear' icon.

7. Select 'Format' in the pop-out menu.

8. A small formatting options window. If you want to clean the drive thoroughly, then don't use Quick format.

9. Choose a file system. Select 'FAT' (FAT 32) to use. If you can select “ext3”.

10. Click the 'Format' button.

Your USB flash drive is being formatted, wait for it to be formatted.

Formatting a USB drive using Terminal in Ubuntu

Note: In place of “sbd # 'enter your drive's partition label of your USB drive.

1. Launch 'Terminal.'

2. Type “lsblk” command in the terminal window and press 'Enter.' This will show you the list of storage devices connected to Ubuntu.

3. Find your USB drive.

4. Type “sudo unmount / dev / sbd #” command to unmount the drive's partition.

5. To erase all the data commands, use the following commands according to your Ubuntu version.

• “sudo dd if = / dev / zero of = / dev / sbd # bs = 4k && sync”

• In Ubuntu 16.04 & newer: “sudo dd if = / dev / zero of = / dev / sbd # bs = 4k status = progress && sync”

6. Now, type “sudo fdisk / dev / sbd #” command and press 'Enter' to make a new partition.

7. Press the button to make a new partition.

8. Enter the partition size.

9. Use the 'W' button to edit or close the table.

10. Again type “lsblk” command to view the newly created partition.

11. Type “sudo mkfs. vfat / dev / sbd # ”to format the volume in FAT32 format.

Your USB flash drive is being formatted, wait for it to be formatted. Once the format completes, type “sudo eject / dev / sbd #” to eject the drive safely.

How to format a hard drive in Ubuntu

1. Click on the 'Dash' button.

2. Type 'disks' into the search and begin searching.

3. Open the 'Disks' from the Application results.

4. Select the drive from the Disk Drives list. As you choose, you will choose to be deleted.

5. Click on the 'Gear' icon.

6. Select 'Format Partition' in the pop-out menu.

7. Fat, Ext4, or NTFS.

8. Type a name in the 'Name:' field.

9. Open the 'Erase' dropdown and select a formatting option.

10. Click the 'Format' button.

Click here for the formatting process, so check everything once more. Confirm you want to format if prompted. Starts drive formatting, wait for it to be formatted. Once the formatting is complete, click on the 'Mount' button below.

Tips:  If you can use it, you can use it.

Ellen Cooper   is a technology enthusiast who loves writing about it. Work focuses on Her the latest advancements in the realm of the of technology, social media, and cyber security AT  norton.com/setup .

Source: - http://nortonnorton.uk/how-to-format-usb-or-hard-drives-on-ubuntu/

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