How to fix a USB flash drive?

Tried to sync the data on your hard drive and flash drive via rsync and something went wrong.
In General now it is not mounted. the commands blkid and fdisk-l can't see it. GParted sees it as /dev/sdd and even displays SVISTA, right opredelyaet size, but can say nothing about the partition table.

Attempt to create a new table in Gparted result in an error (just says error, no specifics).
In General, I'm not asking to recover the data, but is it possible to repair the flash drive itself?
April 3rd 20 at 18:42
2 answers
April 3rd 20 at 18:44
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdd bs=4096
This will overwrite all data on the drive and clean it all you can.
After that you can format.
It did not help. Copied the first few tens or hundreds of MiB, and then the process stops and the led on the drive goes out at all. Ctrl+C and Ctrl+D don't work, have to close the console. Actually, I did my fishechka. - hayden_Cartwright commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:47
@hayden_Cartwright,
Actually, I did my fishechka.

Plisecka with Lisicki? - mellie_Hackett commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:50
@hayden_Cartwright,
Actually, I did my fishechka.

Or the typical bugs of Linux when working with flash drives, classic. - Marlee_Runolfsdott commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:53
@Marlee_Runolfsdott,
Or the typical bugs of Linux when working with flash drives, classic.

Typical curves hands sysadmin. - mellie_Hackett commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:56
@Marlee_Runolfsdott, flash Drive from Citylink. Worked with Linux quite well. Currently, little glitches occur at about that point as the stick broke. It may, of course, she has contributed to, and maybe it's just time stick to die. The second is exactly the same while working properly, including rsync.
Windows in General goes crazy when I insert this flash drive into a usb port. - hayden_Cartwright commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:59
@hayden_Cartwright, well then it is to change, it is obvious that it's her. - Marlee_Runolfsdott commented on April 3rd 20 at 19:02
April 3rd 20 at 18:46
I'm not asking to recover the data, but is it possible to repair the flash drive itself?

The possibility of repair depends on the real manufacturer of the stick, in terms of availability of necessary utilities (often on the enthusiast sites).
The challenge there is figuring out which components are used, then the search software. In addition, may be required datasheets and circuit points on the Board.
FlashBoot and USBDev help you.

However, even if such a "repair" is successful, I would not have thought the flash drive is reliable and would not trust her with any important data.
The best option for you is to exchange it under warranty.

Special Supplement for those who will visit this question later:
In the process of repairing, flashing, etc. data is destroyed permanently!
To restore data from flash card can not even professional money. So dealing with the real problem.

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