Same problem here.  Formatting the drive to fat32 (dare I say it!)
worked for me.

 /dev/sdb had and exclamation point by it; /dev/sdb1 did not.  I was
able to write to /dev/sdb1

I don't know what the original format was.  I tried reformatting to ext3
with gparted.  Same problem until I reformatted to fat32.

Fails repeatably with "DBus error org.gtk.Private.RemoteVolumeMonitor.NotFound: 
The given volume was not found"
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