Opening of removable media in almost all operating systems, takes place in a manner similar to their launch in Windows.However, Linux - quite difficult to set up the operating system, and there may be problems with the opening of the media.
- - drivers for your computer.
Make sure that all USB ports on your computer performance.Insert the removable USB-drive into the appropriate port of your computer.From startup, select the opening drive.If it does not, open the directory of the computer: /// and select the device to open.Open the file browser on the given carrier.
If your device is not recognized by the system, try to install the drivers.This is a very common problem on Linux, it is often necessary to operate the software to maintain the operation of the devices have to be installed separately, despite the fact that some of the assembly are in the installation file driver packages.
Open your browser page search engine and type "USB 2.0 drivers for Linux
».From open search results you choose the appropriate and download it to your computer.It is best to choose to download the driver file, under which there are positive reviews.
Install software for USB support in your computer.Restart your operating system and insert the removable media into the slot for connecting USB devices.Open the file in any file manager installed on your computer.
If you do not help the driver installation USB, try to update the driver for the motherboard.In an extreme case, check the availability of your computer and operating system compatibility.It is best to perform reset by downloading the updated version of the pre-compatible software, then restart your computer and connect it to a removable drive.
Check your performance on a removable storage device by connecting it to another computer.Also, try to connect another USB device to your computer.If the result is the same, reinstall the operating system by choosing another distribution to install.
When installing on Linux, always check their compatibility.