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I have problem. I can't mount my usb drive.
My ls /dev output:

bus

console
full
kmsg
log
mem
mtd0
mtd0ro
mtd1
mtd1ro
mtd2
mtd2ro
mtd3
mtd3ro
mtd4
mtd4ro
mtd5
mtd5ro
mtd6
mtd6ro
mtd7
mtd7ro
mtdblock0
mtdblock1
mtdblock2
mtdblock3
mtdblock4
mtdblock5
mtdblock6
mtdblock7
net
null
port
ppp
ptmx
pts
random
sda
sg0
shm
tty
ttyATH0
ttyS0
urandom
watchdog
zero
I haven't got /dev/sda1 or /dev/sda2
But lsusb output:
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0781:5530 SanDisk Corp. Cruzer
How i can to mount my usb drive?
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Every BIOS is different, its usually in the advanced tab, google is your friend: "how to enable usb legacy support in bios" will get you going, if it doesn't work add your bios version to the querry.

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lol, sorry about that read too fast, just going trought tons unread post since my last visit

try this command: modprobe usb-storage

did you tried booting with the key in? also try reformatting the key, I know it should detect it regardless of formatting but sometime that help on some usb key

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