HI man I'm have same problem like you and i'm follow this tutorial:
A. First we need to delete the old partitions that remain on the USB key.
Open a terminal and type sudo su
Type fdisk -l and note your USB drive letter.
Type fdisk /dev/sdx (replacing x with your drive letter)
Type d to proceed to delete a partition
Type 1 to select the 1st partition and press enter
Type d to proceed to delete another partition (fdisk should automatically select the second partition)
B. Next we need to create the new partition.
Type n to make a new partition
Type p to make this partition primary and press enter
Type 1 to make this the first partition and then press enter
Press enter to accept the default first cylinder
Press enter again to accept the default last cylinder
Type w to write the new partition information to the USB key
Type umount /dev/sdx1 (replacing x with your drive letter)
C. The last step is to create the fat filesystem.
Type mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/sdx1 (replacing x with your USB key drive letter)
dd if=/some/file of=/dev/sdcto see what happens?
dd: failed to open '/dev/sdc': Read-only file system