According to the screenshot, the drive is unformatted entirely It was recognised some months ago. But at the least you will find in these pages some likely helpful areas to look into for usbdrive probs. This will clean the drive of all data and partitions Then click the large white block saying “free”, this will highlight it then click create partition or something to that effect. It looks like it is being recognised, just not as a hard drive. Ok this is strange now, it looks like this drive is formatted for a Linux install. I’m fine with losing all data “Device Busy” usually means the drive is mounted somewhere or doing something
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Disconnect the usb drive and run lsusb Now plug the hard drive in and type lsusb again lsusb Please post the output from both times.
Correct me if I’m wrong people? Product NOT fully recommended – more expensive than better alu-based models, and seemingly almost non-reopenable plastic clips rather than screws. Is this a NTFS formated drive? I’m fine with losing all data. There’s only one Gb drive ever used, so no worries about which one’s being referred to.
It is certainly worth trying to detect it using the disk utility tool. When I try to change tack, like delete partition or format again, it says drive is busy.
Ok this is strange now, it looks like this drive is formatted for a Linux install. Based on the screenshot you can ignore my instructions, it look like your partition table has been corrupted.
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Case rather solid and good cable, though. Boot into an Ubuntu LiveCD 2: Thanks I’ve never seen ref. I can’t go back to yr exact words safely Tarps, but I understand the code-entering alcorr, but don’t know what you mean by sdg etc ‘appearing’, Alsowhile I was in Disk Utility, I pressed ‘safely remove drive’, and it disappeared from list at left, I unplugged it, replugged it, and it re-appeared in Disk Utility as before.
Did you try this on another machine? I’m fine with losing all data “Device Busy” usually means the drive is mounted somewhere or doing something Micfo several chipsets are listed in unsupported category above e. It doesnt show on onboard Gparted, shows on Diskutility as sdf shows on fdisklu command as sdc! This will clean the drive of all data and partitions Then click the large white block saying “free”, this will highlight it then click create partition or something to that effect.
If your card reader is an external reader please disconnect it. Works from SVN r will be part of 6. There is a chip block diagram, but no datasheet. I won’t do tda’s rm -r just yet in case it crosses train of thought of Tarps, and I can’t do yours yet Tarps, because I don’t idf understand it.
Incomplete response, ATA output registers missing. I wouldn’t have got there on my own in a long time! You can just click “create partition” and make a maximum size partition miccro no problems hopefully giving you nearly all gb back BUT it’s got an unknown partition table, I would recommend formatting the WHOLE disk as MBR.
Hello, The USB drive partition is not seen at all with the fdisk -l command. Hub Mucro Device Internet research one might be able to find a compatible improved firmware which given some luck smartmontools bridgd will be able to support.
I’m telling you, for your own sake DOUBLE, TRIPLE check the drive you are formatting, though it’s hard to get it wrong if you know the size of the drive and it looks like you won’t make a mistake, it usually happens to people who are used to formatting and can rush.
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USB storage drive Gb is not recognised. That’s good to hear, I still have not got a clue why this happened in the first place though. I’m sure if you erase all partitions and place an entire ext4 or ntfs partition on there it will work as intended, btidge if you want to save some of the data probably won’t work very well use photorec or foremost.
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