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USB High-Speed Bus:

Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x3b3c PCI Revision ID: 0x0006 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0xfa

Hub:

Product ID: 0x2514 Vendor ID: 0x0424 (SMSC) Version: 0.03 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Location ID: 0xfa100000 / 2 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 2

USB Flash Drive:

Product ID: 0xc75c Vendor ID: 0x05dc (Lexar Media, Inc.) Version: 1.02 Serial Number: 20130610231308265957 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Lexar Location ID: 0xfa130000 / 7 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 200

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    Open Disk Utility and see what partitions are on the drive. If readable by OS X you should be able to mount them. – Milliways Jan 30 '15 at 22:53
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You should be able to do it with terminal, in case it's just not mounted automatically

  1. Open terminal
  2. type diskutil list and hit enter
  3. Check which disk you want to browse, I'll use disk3 in this example, and get the IDENTIFIER from the line that shows the device name. So in my example the line wold be 2: Apple_HFS DiskName 999.9 GB disk3s2
  4. Type diskutil info /dev/disk3s2 and get the mount point. Mout it with diskutil mount /dev/disk3s2
  5. Now it should show up in finder.

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