- Press Windows key + R, type cmd in the run window in order to access command prompt.
- Once command prompt is open, Type the drive letter corresponding to pen drive as shown in your system, For example, G:
- Then type the following command as shown, rmdir “system volume information” /s /q and press Enter button.
- Voila, now it’s removed. However, the System Volume Information folder is a file on your pen drive or hard drive created by the Operating System and used by Windows for storing critical information related to the system configuration. Remove it at your own risk. I guess, I should’ve mentioned this bit earlier. Oops..Sorry! 😉