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Got a problem with my laptop manufacturer's partition. It's FAT32-formatted and fails under same curcumstances as for topic starter at here. It seems like vfat got a problem working with x-gvfs-show parameter.
Also, I seek for more "painless" solution then "format-and-refill", because this one is created by the manufacturer and (as far as I know) got specific structure adapted for BIOS.

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As you pointed out, there's a problem with both x-gvfs-show and x-gvfs-name flags on the mount utility.

There's currently an open bug and, as suggested on that thread, until the dependencies are updated on Canonical's end, a workaround is to try and manually upgrade the package util-linux to 2.21+ in order to support the x-gvfs options.

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