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OK, your call .. but if you've mounted it somewhere other than YOUR Home directory, you may run into permission problems.
sudo chown -R peter:peter /peter/StorageDicrectoryHere
sudo chown -R peter:peter /media/NameOfDriveHere
Just run (if it's a directory in YOUR HOME folder:Code: [Select]sudo chown -R peter:peter /peter/StorageDicrectoryHereIf it's mounted outside it run:Code: [Select]sudo chown -R peter:peter /media/NameOfDriveHere
sudo chown -R root:root /path/to/lost+found
ls -a /media
sudo fdisk -l
Erm .. why reformat if he says it's already formatted ?What is the output from:Code: [Select]ls -a /media
andCode: [Select]sudo fdisk -l
and the contents of:Code: [Select]gedit /etc/fstab
[EDIT]I think it's likely you've formatted as a Linux file system ? .. but are still using ntfs-3g as the file system helper in fstab
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