Re: Can't get data from exernal hard drive
Can't see that image file. Sorry.
I always start with looking at the log files. In this case it is dmesg and syslog. Are there any related errors? If the HDD is recognized, then you just need to look at the partitions. Use sudo parted -l for that information. From there, you need to note the file system type and try to mount it. man mount will explain how to do that.
Of course, it could be that the partitions are already mounted, just not in a place that you are used to seeing them. Check for this with df. That will show all the mounts on a system.
These are all terminal commands. Copy/paste the results here if you need help interpreting. Please DO NOT copy/paste the entire dmesg or syslog output, just the relevant parts - probably 5 lines or less.
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