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    I used a USB for checking out Linux and after a while, I thought I would just format it back. I did this a few times and it worked. Everything was good. Last night, I accidentally reformatted it to FAT instead of FAT32, and it showed a USB of 2.25 MB (mine is 16 GB). I deleted its system partition and made it back into normal but the speeds are now slow af. Before, it was reaching speeds closer to 100 mbps but now it reaches like 15 mbps tops. Does anybody please have a solution for this?

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