Remember you've to make a directory first like this:
sudo mkdir /media/Name_of_directory
The above command will create a directory (folder) in media folder by replacing "Name_of_directory" with your providing folder name.
You can see drives numbers or id by:
sudo fdisk -l
Then mount the drive through:
sudo mount /dev/sda# /media/Name_of_directory
Where # must be replaced with legal number associated with your drives in Ubuntu (Linux Distro)
If you see this error:
mount: /media/sci: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/vdb, missing codepage or helper program, or other error.
It means you still need to create a (new) file system. (Double-check that you really want to overwrite the current content of the specified partition! Replace
X# accordingly, but double check that you are specifying the correct partition, e.g., sda2, sdb1):
sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/sdX#