ERROR AT MOUNTING USB :mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sda1,
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Unplug the pen drive, wait a few secs, then plug it again. Wait a few secs again and open a console. Issue 'dmesg' and see the last lines regarding the info from kernel, about the pen drive. They can give you some clues on whats going on.
Also, plug the device, then log in as root in a console and do:
This will check if the fat fs in the drive is ok.