USB Mint no drive letter is assigned

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USB Mint no drive letter is assigned

Postby JoeAtari » Sat Oct 13, 2018 11:14 pm

The USB driver for Mint is no longer assigning a drive letter. The driver loads, finds the flash drive, the drive lights up all as before, but now no drive letter is assigned. This is a CT60e Falcon with an EtherNat for the USB hardware. Thanks!
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Re: USB Mint no drive letter is assigned

Postby mzry » Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:34 am

Hey man I read your blog about swapping the falcon motherboard, with the old one not working without the ct60. You probably forgot there is a jumper under the expansion headers you need to put back on, that's all.
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Re: USB Mint no drive letter is assigned

Postby JoeAtari » Sun Oct 14, 2018 1:42 am

I swapped it a long time ago, and USB has been working since then. I must have changed something in my configuration that is causing this.

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Re: USB Mint no drive letter is assigned (solved)

Postby JoeAtari » Sun Oct 14, 2018 4:58 am

mzry: Now I understand what you were saying. I did have the jumper in place. It had to do with something related to the wiring to boost the motherboard. When I put the original CT60 back in place, the board worked just fine. I ended up using my CT60e on the "new" motherboard, and my original CT60 on the "old" motherboard that has all the wiring to boost the motherboard.

Regarding this USB problem: There was something wrong with the format of the flash drive I was using. I tried another, and the drive letter was assigned as normal.

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