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I cannot open USB drives

I have two USB drives, and when I insert them they show up as

contents :ISO 9660 (version Joliet Extension) — Not Mounted`

and

contents: FAT (32-bit version) — Not Mounted

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You should be able to mount USB drives using any file manager by simply clicking on it

or in command-line with the mount command: for that you would need to know where it is in /dev/ - easy way to find out: disconnect USB drive, type ls /dev/, connect it again, type the same command and see what changed, Let's suppose it was sdb and sdb1: Type mkdir /media//USB Then type sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media//USB

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