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Flashdrive not recognized by PC


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#16 ReneeIII

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Posted 21 March 2016 - 03:04 PM

No command 'sda' found, did you mean:
 Command 'sdar' from package 'sdcc-ucsim' (universe)
 Command 'sma' from package 'sma' (universe)
 Command 'sd' from package 'sd' (universe)
 Command 'sdc' from package 'hpsockd' (universe)
 Command 'tda' from package 'devtodo' (universe)
 Command 'sdf' from package 'sdf' (universe)
 Command 'sa' from package 'acct' (main)
 Command 'sea' from package 'alliance' (universe)
 Command 'pda' from package 'speech-tools' (universe)
 Command 'sdpa' from package 'sdpa' (universe)
 Command 'sdb' from package 'sdb' (universe)
 Command 'sds' from package 'simh' (universe)
sda: command not found
brain@brain:~$ ├─sda1       593.4G ext4   /          
├─sda1: command not found
brain@brain:~$ └─sda5         2.8G swap   [SWAP]     
└─sda5: command not found

 

I am going to contact Best Buy and see if I can a replacement. I have taken flashdrives out in the past before closing everything and was still able to recover it.
 


Edited by ReneeIII, 21 March 2016 - 03:07 PM.


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#17 JohnC_21

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Posted 21 March 2016 - 03:07 PM

From Post #9 use the lsblk command again with the PNY flash drive attached.

lsblk -o name,label,size,fstype,mountpoint,model





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