Quote: Originally Posted by bigbingo
It is 64GB disk on key, probably you are right and this is a disk matter.
I will get 8GB and try.
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Glad that you got going with your new pendrive and WiNToBootic.
The size of the pendrive never matters. You perhaps aborted a previous diskpart operation on the 64GB pendrive and hence a concurrent second call is made message. Had you shut down your PC, rebooted and then started a new diskpart operation, it would have perhaps gone through.
Personally I do not indulge in diskpart because it is a pain typing the commands and also problems of this nature.
If one has Windows running, use the HDD Lowlevel format Tool to zero-fill the drive - equivalent to diskpart Clean all. HDDGURU: HDD LLF Low Level Format Tool
For formatting use the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool Download HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool 2.2.3 Free - Windows-based Format Utility for HP Drive Key or DiskOnKey USB Device - Softpedia
( Version 2.2.3 can FAT32 format partitions larger than 32GB too)