For such cases there is little I or anyone else can do except remind you to double check that you have a valid FAT32 format. Nothing else will do, not NTFS, not FAT16 (commonly called just FAT). And of course the format needs to be free of any corruption.
Most probably this already describes the current state of your USB drive, and then there is nothing more to do.
I'm not sure if anyone has succeeded in replacing USBAdvance drivers with newer ones, but that would be the best method of all to make it compatible with more drives.
That is good, but not conclusive, since uLE uses the newest and best drivers publicly available.Quote:
I can access it through uLE with no problem whatsoever.
What version of SMS is that? If it is a modern version that has this problem, then I would advise you to use another USB drive, as the modern drivers of SMS are quite good, though not identical to the ones used by uLE and FMCB. (The SMS drivers are not available as open-source.)Quote:
SMS detects the pen drive but doesn't show any of the files on it (mp3s, AVIs, etc).
If both USBAdvance and SMS have problems with your drive, and those problems can't be connected to any format error, then I see no other safe remedy than to replace the drive by another.Quote:
Is there anything I can do to solve this?
What brand and model of USB drive are you trying to use ?
(Just in case someone here has had experience with it.)
Best regards: dlanor