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I have a 4gb 701 using the distro (Xandros) straight out of the box.
I am using a Dlink DI 624s Wireless router which I have my printer & a 1gig LG usb drive plugged in.
I used File manger to mount the LG usb drive and was able to access the drive. I have checked the box to dismount and remount on boot.
This has worked well for about a week, Then I started to get a message saying the mount would not work.
The internet is still working and so is the printer so I know it is not the router. The LG usb drive is showing up on my standard computer which runs Windows XP so I know the usb is ok. If I delete the folder and remount I can access the usb.
Does anyone have an idea as to how I can make the mount stable.
The mount shows up as
/home/user/lg-usbdrive(part 1-78c1)directory.

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