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After the fact, I don't think there's any intrinsic way to find out about past mount and unmount operations. There may be indirect means, for example if the filesystem driver emits a log message. If you want to tell whether a particular directory is a mount point at a given time (I assume that your filesystem is always mounted at the same location), you can ...
Well, you can do it in a bash, if you want so. if ((mount | grep "/mount/point")>/dev/null) then echo "Is mounted"; fi;
Check your BIOS settings. Is booting from USB allowed and what is the order for boot devices? Changing / verifying boot device settings should come first, IMO.
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