Most flash drives ship preformatted with the FAT32, or exFAT file systems.The ubiquity of the FAT32 file system allows the drive to be accessed on virtually any host device with USB support. Also, standard FAT maintenance utilities (e.g., ScanDisk) can be used to repair or retrieve corrupted data.However, because a flash drive appears as a USB-connected hard drive to the host system, the drive. So you’ve been computing for quite…