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    I'll get straight to the point.

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    Pop!_Planet Founder

Solved I think I just broke my USB stick

turbohexen

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I was trying to format my USB thumbdrive to it's originals state from Pop OS after I Installed Pop from it. But whenever I tried to format the drive that said "pop-os-iso" or something like that it kept saying something about how there's a partition in it or something, so I saw another thing below it that said "writable" (I think) and I right clicked and selected format on that toggled the "erase all data" thing too, now the USB doesn't seem to show up anymore, not on Windows or Linux and I can't even boot into Live Pop either, Is there any way to fix this?
 

turbohexen

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How were you trying to format the jump drive?

If you plug in the USB, what is the output of lsblk in a terminal?
Hey, sorry I fixed it. I tried to delete the post, but couldn't figure out how to. I've found this video and did as he said and it worked out perfectly, but he did it using windows. Just found out he had a video on how to do it on Linux too (link), but I have not tried it myself cause I already did it using Windows and it worked. I just put those links here just in case other's have the same problem, but I would like to look through them and let me know If using these guides is a good Idea, since you seem like someone who have experience with that kind of stuff (also should I put "solved" in the prefixes panel?).
 

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