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install dosfstools apt-get install dosfstools to format usb mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/sdc1 Repair and create a partition fdisk /dev/sdc1 type n then p to create a new partition Partition number => 1 First cylinder => confirm Last cylinder => confirm type p and confirm type t to see avaible format type L b = FAT32 type b then p typefdisk -l and ...


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Logging shows that there's something going on with the MTP device detection. Try uninstalling libmtp if you can get away with it, or just comment out the udev rule in the relevant file.


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u can use testdisk this tweak is avaible for all os for example to install it on Ubuntu sudo apt-get install testdisk to run sudo testdisk more informations: [http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk]


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Toss it. Even if you manage to fix it, you won't trust it with any important data anyway. It is not that a USB stick costs US$150 anymore (What I paid for my first one, I still have it. Just the neckstrap is no more. ;-)


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In a nutshell, what happens on Ubuntu is that udisksctl is called by udev rules , which then mount the devide to media as user into /media/$USER/diskname folder. For all practical purposes it sufficient that you manually do udisksctl mount -b /dev/sdb1 Remember to replace your device with actual name Since in your question you also asked for ...


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After various tests and installations with a Wacom Intuos draw CTL-490DW-S now everything works perfectly 1 - Install Linux-mint 17.3 64bit cinnamon In the terminal : 2 - sudo apt-get update 3 - sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) build-essential 4 - download : ...



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