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It might be using GPT rather than MBR. You can mount it with.. You can try gdisk instead sudo apt-get install gdisk sudo gdisk -l /dev/sdb sudo mount /dev/sdbX /mnt #Where X is the partition you want to mount.


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I ran into a similar problem, was unable to delete a small U3 partition on my sans disk cruzer USB pen drive. I tried doing so within windows disk utility and used diskpart from the run prompt. the following didnt work for me, the u3 partition which appeared as a CD on my computer could not be deleted: SD formatter 4 did not work either: ...


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Something similar to this was happening to me. This blog post provided a partial solution. This is what worked for me: sudo -s cd /sys/bus/pci/drivers/xhci_hcd/ for file in ????:??:??.? ; do echo -n "$i" > unbind echo -n "$i" > bind done As noted at that block post, different systems get hung up in different places, so if the above doesn't work, ...


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I had an issue similar to this with a 4GB Verbatim USB which, funnily enough, is sitting right next to me as I type this with Windows 7.iso mounted on it. The program I used to fix it is a very small, compact yet extremely fast and powerful software from http://rufus.akeo.ie/ The program is called Rufus and it can mount .iso's for Windows, Ubuntu and I ...


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Make use of a recovery software to recover all your data from it. Watch this to find out how it's done http://youtu.be/yjBeBjAvOfM


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I had a same problem, or clearly Ubuntu still has this problem that copy dialog finish and close until without completing copy process. If you see blink LED on your external hard drive or Flash USB hard it is blinking already, it means still copy not finished but unfortunately copy dialog closed before. I think it's a big bug on Unubntu. My solution is :you ...


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You should use Boot-Repair. Basically, boot into the Ubuntu USB Live, install boot-repair, and run boot-repair. (Moved into an answer to make it clear for future readers)


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Some things that could be the reason: The transfer rate depends a lot on the file count/file size - more so on a filesystem like FAT32. Are you sure the files were actually written completely when you measured the end time? I would guess the 3GB file was not yet finished writing, for example. Possibly some files where in the buffer cache in the fast case. ...



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