Could that have a relation udisks vs udisks2? It seems you may need to replace udisks with udisks2 when upgrading to KDE 4.11 on Olivia. See here: viewtopic.php?f=109&t=142925&p=755452#p755452
. Though that is so far about removable storage devices.
Thank you for the help and the link. I checked it out and although it is close, it is not the same problem I have because mine does actually recognize a usb drive. I did try it anyway just to see if it would work. I uninstalled udisk and I already had udisks2 installed, so I tried a reboot but nothing.
After doing some more poking around, I have found out a couple things. For whatever reason my fstab file does not have any of my four hard drives listed. I assume the entries would have been in that file before the upgrade.
Also If I go into ~/media there are no folders with my hard drives listed like they were before but now I have an extra folder inside the media folder with my username which lists my hard drives. So @ ~/media/USERNAME/ all of my drives are listed. But the system is still looking for them under the normal path ~/media.
So I don't know if the update added the extra sub-folder in the media folder which messed everything up or it just messed up my fstab entry.
I have not found anything on this even over at the KDE forums so I seem to be the only one experiencing this problem.
Sorry for the long winded response. My only other option is to reinstall LM15 and either stay with 4.10 or try to upgrade again hoping that it was a one time corruption of some kind.
Thank you for your help and if you have any other ideas I would appreciate it.