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If you have a windows partition You could use, Try reformatting using RUFUS:: http://rufus.akeo.ie/


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The only thing I found looking around on the Linux Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) is the Waltop QPad which is also sold by Aiptek under the designation "Aiptek HyperPen Mini". No personal experience, the post is from 2010, so I advise you to start an e-mail campaign on Linux to the providers of the other digital pens that are around... Maybe one will ...


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There's no magic switch to flip to make it bigger. End of answer. Congratulations on a handy conspiracy theory. Storage devices aren't like Atheros wireless devices where they used a wireless chipset across all their products and limited the channel capabilities in software.


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Try this. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo gedit /usr/share/polkit-1/actions/org.freedesktop.udisks2.policy When it opens look for <allow_active>auth_admin_keep</allow_active> and change it to <allow_active>yes</allow_active>


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Have you tried re-formating the drive with your own permissions? First, check your user id: sudo id -u red It should give "1000" Next, unmout the drive in filemanager. Be careful, you will lose all your data with the next comand sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/sdx1 -E root_owner=1000:1000 Mount the drive and you should be able to write files and folders


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I use Startup Disk Creator, installed by default, to format my USB drives. Open up 'startup Disk Creator' by searching for it in the dash. Insert your flash drive, it will be detected automatically. Select it (in case you have more than one) Press 'Erase Disk' See screenshot below:


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Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and enter the following command gksu palimpsest after the disk manager comes up, follow the instructions in this video.


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No matter what I did my compaq evo510s would not accept USB as a bootable drive it kept saying it was invalid media. I did get ubuntu installed on the computer I was trying to get it installed on but I used another computer to do it. What I did was connect the compaqs hard drive to a computer I knew had installed from USB (the one I am using now) and that ...


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I found out that I had to erase and format the disk first, the issue has been solved


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Okay, i got the solution to my problem. The problem was 14.4.01 version that i downloaded from the site was corrupted one. So a friend of mine helped me out. Download the 12.02 version, which is quite stable, and then install with wubi.exe.


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In Gparted, use "Create new partition table" option in menu, while having your pendrive chosen. The proper one is msdos (read: MBR). Then apply. If this does not work, your pendrive is blocked at hardware level.


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There are 2 possible options: The pendrive has a physical lock; mosttimes it is a slider to prevent accidental deleting. We would need to know brand/make/model of that pendrive to be able to tell you if it has one (edit it into your question). Example with a random pendrive (see the "lock" on the side): You need to mount the pendrive writable. How is ...


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Maybe this will help? You can try the minimal installer or the other options explained here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/LowMemorySystems


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I did't want to format the USB hard drive before. So I took an USB stick formatted and installed Ubuntu on it with PenDrive and got it to work.


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It turned out the usb-storage module was not being loaded at startup and so couldn't detect any USB drives. To try it first, I inserted my usb, opened up the terminal and typed sudo modprobe usb-storage and it was detected. To make the changes permanent, I edited the file /etc/modules as root and added the line usb-storage My file now looks like this: # ...



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