KWB your maths don't add up. 2gb in drive makers language is 2000mb OP says his drive shows only 190mb or approx 10% of original capacity. That is certainly a problem. Whether there is a way to fix it is another matter. If there is no important data on the drive ( and there shouldn't be. These type of flash drives should only be used as a transfer medium) then it may be possible to format the drive and recover the full capacity. If that fails then spring the $5 for a replacement.
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