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Old 14th June 2009, 06:47 AM
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Crazy mount problem

Hi all!

I'm having a strange problem with my Fedora 11 KDE.

If I plug my daily use pen-drive its works fine, but if i plug my card reader it's not work, but if I plug on another pc and copy or delete some file from this device in another PC, when I plug it again in my pc it's works perfectly , but if i unplug and plug again it's doesn't work anymore

My daily use USB works perfect any time i plug it on my PC.

My dvd and cdrom doesn't read anymore too!
(I can burn cds!)

I have tried many things but i don't make any progress!

Sorry for my bad english.
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