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First of all, USB 3.0 is a communication/plug/cable standard and no file system, so you can't "format" anything to USB 3.0 or USB 2.0! Furthermore, the data transfer rate always depends on the slowest device in the connection. So no matter if you use a 3.0 device on a 2.0 port or a 2.0 device on a 3.0 port or even both 3.0 device and port, but with a 2.0 ...


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Notice that if you use some kind of extension for USB ports like an express card to get USB 3.0 on your laptop or something like this it can be the your computer is unable to boot from these ports. Use the ones built into your computer. Most modern computers will allow you to boot from USB. You can find this option in your BIOS or UEFI settings. Look out ...


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If the inside of the USB is blue blue then the USB is 3.0 if not then is you can tell in the disk or drive manager in ubuntu.


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This test does not read the version from the device but tests for actual capabilities. If you don't have USB3.0 port, this test will give you false results so make sure to use USB 3.0 (or higher) port. Open terminal and start by running this command: lsusb You should get a list of all USB devices in your system that looks something like this: ...


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You can use one of the following commands to get information details about mounted devices: all different commands are used to getting different information in different manners, results ... dmesg sudo fdisk OR sudo fdisk -l sudo blkid lsblk mount lsusb usb-devices df -h


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With the installation CD ubuntu-14.04.2-server-amd64.iso I ran into the same issue, for me it was as easy as running: umount /dev/sdc1 My tail -n 20 /var/log/syslog showed that the installer tried multiple times to mount /dev/sdc1 but since it was already mounted to /media that obviously failed. With the above command I unmounted the USB-CD-Drive and the ...


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Make sure that you have a USB flash Drive plugged in. Open terminal. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: lsusb That will list USB information. Look for the USB flash drive info as shown in the image below: Then do lsusb -D /dev/bus/usb/003/023 To get more info about the USB flash ...


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Return The USB thumb drive to the store and ask for a swap if it's still under warranty (check the manufacturer's web site) as it looks like it's dead now... Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news...


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this fixed my problem sudo modprobe -r floppy source: http://www.webupd8.org/2010/05/fix-usb-devices-automount-not-working.html


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Download Jahshaka here and put the file in a folder of your choice, e.g. ~/MyApps Then follow these steps: cd ~/MyApps mv Jahshaka\ 2.0 jahshaka_2-0 chmod +x jahshaka_2-0 It may be that you still need the following libraries: sudo apt-get install libfuse2:i386 sudo apt-get install libxmu6:i386 sudo apt-get install libxft2:i386 The start Jahshaka with: ...



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