Kingston DT 101 G2 32GB has become 8 MB, lost partition table?

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The subject, pulled the flash drive using safely remove, on the trail. day inserted, Windows suggested to format, on failure throws this 5bf974ac8366c494109696.png
Refuses to open, respectively. To check the disk for errors too. In the disk management appears not 32GB and 8MB RAW, although it was formatted to NTFS and just 1 partition
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DMDE sees it 5bf97453762d5181245209.png
but recover it did not like other programs. (R-STUDIO, Recuva, Ontrack)
Prompt where to dig? I understand it has broken the partition table, the partition is there, but no program can read it directly? Most recovery programs only see this section on 8 MB. I would like to recover files is very important
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Spoil microprogram. For data recovery, contact a specialised office (requires subtraction of the image of the NAND, removing the masking, restoration of order blocks, and all sorts of other complicated things). If the data is not critical, look at the same usbdev utility service specifically for your controller and reflash the firmware on the stick (data will be lost, perhaps irreversibly).
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open CMD and write DISKPART and press ENTER
then after DISKPART will open write
1) list disk
you have thrown out a list of disks in the system , not to be confused with some other
2) select disk number
is your disk select disk number
3) clean
4) format fs=ntfs quick
5) create partition primary
the drive letter to assign any but not those that have C:/ D:/
6) assign letter S:
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