USB Thumb drive WAY corrupt
I have a super talent 4GB usb drive. I was showing someone a song on it, they plugged it into their printer (windows machine) while it was installing the driver and doing its thing, he unplugged it (Why, I don't know.) Now, when I plug it in, it is recognized as "SKYMEDI USB DRIVE" It also thinks it is 2TB, which obviously is completely wrong.
Is there a way in linux to rebuild the physical sectors back to the way it was? or is it gone for good? I read that article on how linux saved a usb drive, but I'm pretty sure mine is a little more dead. Here is the article I read.
I should also mention, that I don't eve care about the data, as I have it all backed up.
I just want my drive to work..