I started copying some files to a USB stick under Ubuntu.
I was in a hurry, while the writing process is still running, I have deducted the usb flash.
When I opened it on Windows, the files I wanted to copy were missing, and the drive was marked as a read-only file system.
I tried many formatting options, but nothing worked.
I put in Ubuntu and tried to format it with the command "Format Volume" in "Files".
I received the following error message.
Error deleting device: opening device & # 39; / dev / sdc1 & # 39; failed (udisks-error-quark, 0)
With this error message, I have made extensive research and tried many options:
As you can see, this did not solve the problem.
I also tried formatting it with "GParted 0.30.0".
As you can see on the picture, there is a red exclamation mark next to the partition name.
I started formatting and received the following message:
I can not write to dev / sdc because it is read-only.
When the next window appeared, I extended the error message I received:
I thank you for your help in solving this problem and preventing it from happening in the future.
Thank you in advance.