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In the worst case, the flash drive has either a defect or has died. I bought three identical Patriot 32GB Supersonic drives from an online retailer and one of them was "write protected" out of the box. I went to the manufacturer's website and, after downloading and trying their own tool just to be sure, they granted an RMA without any fuss about it. I had ...


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First uninstall your current version of unetbootin, then use official unetbootin page to install using ppa instead of deb files. If fails then try opening it from launcher instead of terminal.


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If you can see the files, you can change the last step. Press Alt-F2 and type gksu nautilus + Enter. This will launch Nautilus with root rights and you should be able to do whatever you want with the files. I am not 100% sure gksu exists on the Live CD but if it doesn't, go ahead and install it: sudo apt-get install gksu. It will disappear after the next ...


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In windows start menu go to Settings -> Power Options -> Change what the power buttons do -> scroll down to the Shutdown settings now turn fast boot OFF , this is similar to a hibernation, do a shutdown, power back on enter BIOS setup, check settings, save & exit, then be ready to hit whatever key brings up the boot menu, could be F12, F9, then you ...


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You can add the user flag to the mount options stored in /etc/fstab from gnome-disks. Just click on edit mount options.


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You need this : libimobiledevice This is a cross-platform package which communicates with i-devices and get file-system access (and much more) and needs no jailbreaking. Most recent version is 1.2.0 and you can read details here: Official page : libimobiledevice.org Coming to installation, there is already excellent description available here : Mounting ...


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Here you go. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQIaDO9nR6Y I've seen plenty of positive comments, so I think that video should work!



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