Changing storage capacity on a flash drive Tags: Flash Media Storage Flash Drive USB Flash Last response: April 27, 2012 1:33 PM in Storage Share discoverit April 27, 2012 11:08:56 AM Hello, I purchased some 4gig USB flash drives from china for my charity, I've since discovered that they can only hold 1gig of data before they begin to corrupt any data on there. Is there a way i can format them to 1gb instead? More about : changing storage capacity flash drive tomatthe a b G Storage April 27, 2012 1:33:07 PM Well you could set the partition size to be 1gig. If you have a flash drive that is corrupting data I would throw it out and buy a new one though. It's not worth dealing with the hassle of possibly losing data for such an inexpensive device. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Change displayed capacity of flash drive? Forum SolvedHigh(ish) Capacity Temporary Storage Drive Forum SolvedCD capacity when formatted as a flash drive Forum SolvedUSB Flash Drive Maximum Capacity for MoBo Bios Update via USB Forum SolvedFlash Drive Capacity Problem Forum 8GB Flash Drive reduced to 4GB Capacity after Reformatting Forum 32 gb USB Flash Drive shows a capacity of 64MB Forum 32 gb USB Flash Drive shows a capacity of 64MB Forum SolvedFlash drive storage problem Forum SolvedCheap low capacity flash drives in bulk Forum Maxell flash drive won\'t take full memory capacity Forum Disk drive storage dont show full capacity Forum How can i decrese the c drive storage capacity Forum Explorer says 32 gb flash drive has only 972 mb capacity Forum Window7 quick format reduced flash drive capacity from 16GB to 64MB Forum SolvedFlash drives storage Forum Storage tower for multiple IDE large capacity hard drives? Forum My sd flash error no drive and storage it's tell unknown file system Forum Solvedmax storage capacity Forum Picture Storage, flash drive or external hard drive? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !