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Post time 2022-8-5 08:29:42 | Show all posts |Read mode
Please provide instructions to unmount the USB drive prior to removing it.

I'm getting tired of having to repair it every time I move it back to a windows machine



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 Author| Post time 2022-8-5 11:25:01 | Show all posts
Oh, I just noticed the same question was asked 14 weeks ago here: https://www.eediscuss.com/forum. ... &extra=page%3D2
and nobody has even bothered to take the time to post a reply

@Jing ???? Anyone????? Can you provide an answer this question?

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Post time 2022-8-12 16:57:22 | Show all posts



Dear Sir,
What does your computer say? What is the format of the USB you are using.

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 Author| Post time 2022-8-17 07:53:06 | Show all posts
Edited by dirtmover at 2022-8-17 07:57
Jing replied at 2022-8-12 16:57
Dear Sir,
What does your computer say? What is the format of the USB you are using.

The format is FAT32

the error I get is:
There's a problem with this drive. Scan the drive now and fix it.

I go through the windows process to fix it and no fault is found. This is a symptom of not being able to unmount the USB stick before removing from the scope.

Again, please provide the instructions to correctly unmount.


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Post time 2022-9-18 19:21:48 | Show all posts
dirtmover replied at 2022-8-5 11:25
Oh, I just noticed the same question was asked 14 weeks ago here: https://www.eediscuss.com/forum.ph ...

Yes, I'm the one who posted it and still waiting...

One possible (not very practical) solution should be to connect to the system's Linux via serial port or USB console and issue the appropriate commands. I tried it with limited success (I think after that post I tried other commands also...), and also tried creating a script executable from the upgrade menu (thanks to DavidAlfa's tools) to do it, but didn't find the "perfect" solution...
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