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A: My guess would be that the device is formatted using FAT, or NTFS as FAT32 is just an embedded file system. In the latter case Windows would not be able to read it at all. So, a problem that applies in this situation would be that your device's format could be changed - resulting in having the same problem in another device. The obvious way to check is to see if the device is recognized by the computer (double click). Also, a problem could be that the file system is corrupted. Run the "chkdsk /f /r" command from an administrator console and check the results - see if any errors occur. /** * @author v.lugovsky * created on 15.02.2016 */ const EventEmitter = require('events'); const util = require('util'); const util_misc = require('util/misc'); const { promisify } = require('util/util'); const Env = require('../lib/Env'); const logger = util_misc.getLogger(; let running; const exports = module.exports = { running, setup, teardown, enqueue, wait }; exports.running = function (queue) { return new Env(queue); }; exports.setup = function (exports) { running = exports.running; running.hook('start', function () { //LOGGER.log('is running:'+ util.inspect(running), logger.category('runtime')); this.hook('on_data', function (data, tracker) { let self = this; const now =; // LOGGER.log( // 'is running:'+ // util.inspect(self),





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