I bought USB 3.0 flash drive Kingston DT R3.0 (http://usb.userbenchmark.com/Kingston-DataTraveler-R30-USB-30-16GB/Rating/1435&tab=Review), but when I connected the drive to USB 3 port on my laptop i doesn't work properly. Drive is FAT32.
- Ubuntu mounts the drive on USB 3.0 port, but when I try to copy something, copy operation freezes and drive disappears.
- If I connect the drive to USB 2.0 port, everything works just fine.
- If I format drive to NTFS/Ext4 (basically anything else then FAT32) the drive works with USB3.0 and USB2.0 port as well.
I need to use FAT32, because I use the drive on multiple machines (Ubuntu, Windows, SmartTV, my car radio,...)
Any ideas why my Ubuntu 13.10 doesn't read FAT32 on USB 3.0 port from this Flash drive...???