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Re: Re: [opensuse] Montando un USB dispositivo

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Subject: Re: Re: [opensuse] Montando un USB dispositivo
From: Stephan Barth <snbarth@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 15:42:27 +0200
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*Hi,

En *Tue, *Sep 20, 2011 en 08:36:49PM +0700, Constante *Brouerius furgoneta *Nidek escribió:
> *Thanks. El más tardío *info conseguía de encima lee:
> *Sep 20 20:25:04 *dhcppc4 *kernel: [19659.121101] GORDO-*fs (*sdh): incapaz de leer sector 
> de bota
> 
> Que me da la razón yo *presume por qué tengo un problema que conecta. 
> Esta grasa pura 16 paseo es probablemente al final de su *usable vida?
> O es allí otras razones para esta información?

No suena bien, pero bastante lo probaría en un diferente *USB puerto en
la misma máquina y también en otro PC y un OS diferente si posible, antes de dejar
en él.


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Hi,

On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 08:36:49PM +0700, Constant Brouerius van Nidek wrote:
> Thanks. The latest info I got from above reads:
> Sep 20 20:25:04 dhcppc4 kernel: [19659.121101] FAT-fs (sdh): unable to read boot 
> sector
> 
> Which gives me the reason I presume why I have a problem connecting. 
> This pure fat 16 drive is probably at the end of its usable life?
> Or are there other reasons for this information?

Doesn't sound good, but I would rather test it on a different USB port on the
same machine and also on another PC and a different OS if possible, before
giving up on it.


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          Stephan  Barth

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