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How do I access the contents of my flash drive while booting from it? [Xubuntu]
I'm trying to recover some files from a Windows computer using a Xubuntu live bootable flash drive. I've found the files that I want to copy on my Windows drive, but don't know how to mount the flash ...
Nov 17 '12 at 18:12
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