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I did a search for a hex editor but surprisingly, didn't find anything listed...I think it is operator error4 and I apologize if I f'd up. I want to be able to read the files on a disk, thumb drive, etc. I'd like to be able to massage the MBR in Windows....way back in the dark ages some guys writing security software for PCs for the government where I was at gave me a debug routine to fix the MBR that they had massaged. I was doing computer repair back in those days....but a lot of beer washed away all those brain cells. Once DOS 5.0 came out with fdisk /mbr, the software was obsolete. but, I would like to be able to see those first bits that are read...I have hexedit for windows...but, haven't gotten in to it. Will check to see if there is one for Ubuntu...thought I would ask for those more intelligent than I (every user on here)
So I got my rubber ducky, put the micro sd card into the USB adapter and plugged it in to a computer. I have tried multiple machines with various operating systems and every time except for two i have received a message that says "Please insert disk into removable disk(*drive letter here*)" I have tried changing the drive letter, disabling some drivers, and taking out the us and putting it back in. I have also tried multiple ports and nothing seems to do the trick. Anyone know what to do?