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when i install a phillips USB Flash Drive, the system freezes...

 

also if i start mandriva with USB Flash Drive in system starts up ok but cant open devices or mnt device?

 

please can you help

 

BELOW IS THE Identification

 

Vendor: ?Philips

Description: ?USB Flash Drive

Disk identifier: ?0601200300002841

Media class: ?hd (Mass Storage|SCSI|Bulk (Zip))

Bus identification

vendor ID: ?0x0471

Device ID: ?0x082b

Sub vendor ID: ?0x0000

Sub device ID: ?0x0000

Connection

Bus: ?SCSI (USB) (2)

Channel: ?0

Logical unit number: ?0

Device

Old device file: ?/dev/sda

Misc

Device USB ID: ?2

Geometry: ?// (CHS)

Disk controller: ?0

 

 

Also when i click on Devices i get this error

 

Protocol not supported

device

 

Thanks for help...

Edited by jthing

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was that usb key formatted under any other OS?

 

if you have a WINbox, try formatting it under FAT32.

 

if you DONT, then try the MCC and delete the current partiyiona nd re add a new one, then format

 

realize that noth these solutions will destroy and and all data that you have on the key.

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Formatted phillips USB Flash Drive to fat32 in windows xp, no joy

 

used to work on 2006!!!

 

when i plug it in mandriva freezes. if i plug in before i start mandriva its ok, but cant read drive.

 

still get Protocol not supported, device???

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