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A 64 GB flash drive is an expensive drive to have become corrupt. But that's what happens when accidents occur like the power going off or removing the drive without proper ejection. You can try using Disk Manager from Windows XP to see if you can format the flash drive and get it working that way. If that doesn't work, the drive might not be repairable.

If you can't repair it, check to see if it's still covered under warranty. It's possible you may be able to return it with a RMA and get sent a new one in its place. Of course the data on it will be lost.
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