In case you have another drive, you can try that. I have no idea what the difference is between the two. It is kind of funny, though, that when I boot the linux VM, VirtualBox will UNMOUNT the drive from the mac, but it simply never shows up as a usable device. Is there an official/best workaround? his comment is here
Proposed as answer by therearemanynamesIcangounder Wednesday, August 05, 2015 11:49 PM Sunday, June 27, 2010 6:43 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote your tip is worth its weight I left it in background for about 30 min.s. head over to: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7hardware/thread/630f7c23-3dff-4df3-8557-d7897e42549d they have a quite long list of things to try to resolve the issue. Hard Drives Desk1 Samsung 120GB 830 SSD Asus ROG 256GB 850 Pro SSD Desk2 Samsung 840 256 SSD Toshiba 120GB EVO Internet Speed ADSL2+ Other Info One other Desktop (tester) and http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/345165-usb-ports-wont-recognize-external-drives-win-7-but-will-ubuntu.html
if it opens the pen you can now delete the folder we created on it to make the shortcut. I ran some checks, and saw the output of dmesg actually does show it was detected, but otherwise there was NO sign of it in any other way. I finally solved the problem. However if you want to buy an OEM it is up to you I ma just in favour of the tutorial ISO because it will be the "freshest" version available ie
Now connect the device and input ls /dev/ | grep sd again and Enter. This fixed my problem. in its entirety? Ubuntu Internal Hard Drive Not Detected U can uninstall the driver, this no affect the data.
They will simply move on to the next available solution - even if it isn't as good - if only to use the hardware they payed for. The USB is not recognized at all. I will edit the title. http://askubuntu.com/questions/318987/ubuntu-doesnt-see-external-usb-hard-disk forever and Explorer assign the Driver Letter but show up "WAIT" icon...
I need this stick to work PS i do use all the USB ports on the PC with other devices no probs but the USB stick is recognised but does nothing, doesn't show Mount: /dev/sdb: Can't Read Superblock comment:40 follow-up: ↓ 41 Changed 2 years ago by JsT I know it is a 4 years old ticket, but can anyone update the current development status? My drive showed up there not in the top list. For future use of the raw vmdk you created, you can edit the vmdk file with any text editor, updating the disk its pointing to: RW 488397168 FLAT "/dev/disk4" 0''' -->
I'm off to spending 200 EUR on VMware. The USB port on the left side is fine, the mouse works ok in that one. Ubuntu External Hard Drive Not Detected This ticket is about regular PCs, which have a slightly different handling of USB3 ports than Macs. Linux External Hard Drive Not Detected If a Laptop I bought early last year can't be properly supported despite having nothing but standard hardware, you really need to rethink your priorities.
If yes ... this content Thanks. Performed the appliance import without any issues and using the following bits: VirtualBox-4.3.26-98988-Win.exe Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-4.3.26-98988.vbox-extpack VBoxGuestAdditions_4.3.26.iso USB 3.0 connect does work using an older USB 2.0 cable however for some reason when As far as I have experienced, your laptop's USB port isn't giving it enough power. Ubuntu Usb Device Not Detected
You should find an extra line (or two) in the second output. If you are a linux lover like me, you probably already know what to do anyway :0) WINDOWS As seen with diskpart (wait for command to launch) DISKPART> list disk Disk Wednesday, August 10, 2011 8:57 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I used Linda Yan's solution and it fixed my problem. weblink My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 10 Pro 64-bit CPU Intel Core i7 6700K @ 4.00GHz Motherboard Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Memory 32 GB
I have almost no investment in time or otherwise in your product. Mount External Hard Drive Ubuntu Command Line The laptop will not recognize any flash drives or hard drives unless it is in FAT format (sometimes it's even finicky about that). It is plugged into a USB port on my mac which is USB3 and does not work, as you mentioned.
Has anyone else ran into this issue? Try plugging it in a mobile charger, if it spins, it's your laptop at fault. Replying to MayanJedi: Replying to ivanz: [SOLVED] Currently devices connected to USB 3.0 ports are not detected by VirtualBox (do not show up in the VirtualBox USB devices list) and custom Ubuntu External Hard Drive Not Mounting Rinse and Repeat Boot your VM and run your SpinRite, or your disk tools, or access the raw drive as a normal disk, etc. -BUT- Don't try to select/connect the drive
Even tried plugging the external drive directly into the PC's USB 3.0 port. I pressed ok and its like it wasnt really assigned anything... comment:23 Changed 3 years ago by frank Right, so far VirtualBox does not emulate an XHCI controller, therefore all these problems with USB 3.0 devices. http://ifstp.org/external-hard/external-hard-drive-not-showing-up-mac.html I downloaded VirtualBox on a recommendation of a friend.
the resolution to my issue as here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976972 good luck! The implementation will still take more time but we definitely working on that issue. Thanks for your assistance. Any thoughts?
I wish I could claim the credit but this was originally posted by GANKS on one of the MS websites mentioned above. Hard Drives Desk1 Samsung 120GB 830 SSD Asus ROG 256GB 850 Pro SSD Desk2 Samsung 840 256 SSD Toshiba 120GB EVO Internet Speed ADSL2+ Other Info One other Desktop (tester) and in our tests there was no problem with USB2 devices connected to such a new Mac model. Please help!!!
Surely? First, it appears you are under the impression I was threatening something. I wanted to copy stuff from the old 'puter hard dive so I used an external drive patch cord. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
ThanksLionel B. See my pic for the ISO. in our tests there was no problem with USB2 devices connected to such a new Mac model. It may not work for everyone though.
However, when getting my new iMac, I was presented with an opportunity to look for the best-in-breed VM solution. My MacBook has only 2 USB ports, both are USB 3 ports. one of my printers doesn't). But I am a little worried that it'll just be "same problem, different cable" and that I spent the afternoon rearranging my desk to crack open my case.....
comment:19 in reply to: ↑ 18 Changed 3 years ago by erkelor Replying to klaus: I don't follow... You could potentially disassemble the USB drive and connect the bare drive up inside your computer and see if it is detected or usable there. Could you clear that up please?