@derwotograf you should see it in /media.

If you’re not sure which drive it is, install Gparted, select the correct drive and it will tell you it’s mount point.

If you prefer to use terminal, the mount or df commands will also show you system mount points.

@kev Thank you for that tipp! Will try it later the day!


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@wizzwizz4 thanks for the hints!
I did not had the chance yet to try the solution from batcastle.
Excuse me for the unnecessary given information !

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