Linux "broke" USB-mass storage device? - no longer workable in Windows XP
I have an MP3/usb storage device (256mb).. it worked fine in Windows XP, and I mounted it in linux using
mount /mnt/usbstick /dev/sda1
(after a modprobe usb-storage)
I created the dir /mnt/usbstick before, yes, yes...
I could read/write.. and it worked fine.. the first time I did it I didn't specify -t vfat .. but it read it fine though. I added mp3s, deleted them, works fine.
However, when I try load it up in Win XP, it doesn't recognise it anymore. I tried rebooting with it plugged in after, to make sure, umm.. just doesn't "see" it. I think one time it did, but it saw an "invalid device" or something.. but I can't get it to repeat that error..
I'm starting to worry. Still works in linux. But I need to transfer it between linux/windows! It's FAT (not FAT32)..