Re: Linux reading USB drives
Here is the main reason that I think that linux is reading the drive and windows isn't. Linux reads everything that has a drive as another drive. It isn't trying to find the hardware drivers to work with the system that it is on. All linux cares about is that there is in essence another hdd plugged into the computer.
Windows on the other hand needs to find the drivers so that it can read the flash drive and anything that is on it. Sometimes if the flash drive has firmware on it or something like that and windows can find the drivers then it says that it doesn't exist.
LEARN BY DOING NOT BY FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS!
I thought you were a hispanic/african american? Who is the white guy in the pictures?