I most humbly apologize. What I thought we were working with was a 128 GB Kingston 200 flash drive. (I don't know why I mentioned 64 at
one point along the way.) What we were really working with was an external rotating machine that I forgot was connected. It seems there is something
seriously wrong with the Kingston. It doesn't even register on either of two Linux computers, altho it shows up on my Windows machine. (Is there any
way to make Linux see that flash drive?)
So I guess that there is a problem with the external hard disk, and I'd like to fix that, if possible--maybe writing all zeros to it? Please give me the command
to write all zeros to the entire drive in hopes that that will fix it. But I won't use that for backup.
I have another Kingston 128G flash, brand new, and pclos sees it fine. I'd like to backup the machine to that. I'd like to backup the XP partition and the Linux
partitions, altho the XP doesn't really have anything of consequence on it.
/dev/sda1 62G 19G 44G 30% /media/Windows
/dev/sda5 69G 8.5G 57G 14% /
/dev/sda6 198G 18G 181G 9% /home
So, since I'm starting from scratch, I'll take your suggestions.
Once again, I'm sorry I wasted everybody's time with the drive I forgot.
I don't know what the none and the gvfs-fuse-daemon entries mean.