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Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Last time when I partitioned a disk I tried to use partition table different from ms-dos (this name just sounds bad for me). Fdisk does not understand them. The flash drive had NTFS file system so I thought there will be no problems. http://crudlet.org/ubuntu-unable/ubuntu-unable-to-detect-wmid-devices.html

If it is Linux Related and doesn't seem to fit in any other forum then this is the place. Is it possible to change airports when using China's on-arrival transit visa scheme? Last edited by no_root_no_cry; 08-27-2013 at 06:12 AM. Most notable exception until very recently was btrfs.

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This is what you should run before you include any other options. Its focus isn't on fixing NTFS volumes that have been seriously corrupted; its sole purpose seems to be making an NTFS volume mountable under GNU/Linux. Update: I guess I've moved the beginning of the new partition, because the old partition was left and I increased the size of the new partition by moving the left border User is always prompted when there is more than a single approach to fixing a problem.

The problem is only for sda3, probably it's filesystem. New sections are still being added to this howto. My goal is to recover the filesystem, not only separate files because partition is used on production server. Phase 3 (inode discovery and checks) and Phase 4 (extent discovery and checking) work sequentially through filesystem's allocation groups (AG).

Booted to my Ubuntu drive and opened GParted, where it shows a warning saying it's unable to detect file system, etc. Gparted closed automatically after finishing the job and the external harddrive can't be mounted anymore. Have you ever done something like this before? That will destroy the data on the USB drive.

if your filesystem had 32 AGs, the -o ag_stride=8 would start 4 threads, one to process AGs 0-7, another for 8-15, etc... When Windows was installed again I tried to do a full installation of Ubuntu - but i still got the same error - it stopped at almost 60% and left me This can be achieved by issuing as an administrator the command : powercfg /h off reiserfstools - reiserfs Install reiserfstools package to have reiserfsck and a softlink fsck.reiserfs available. There are 4 ways the fsck tool usually gets run (listed in order of frequency of occurrence): it runs automatically during computer bootup every X days or Y mounts (whichever comes

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Adv Reply August 27th, 2013 #5 oldfred View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Super Master Roaster Join Date Jun 2009 Location SW Forida BeansHidden! eSelix View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by eSelix 09-03-2013, 04:32 PM #7 no_root_no_cry LQ Newbie Registered: Apr 2008 Posts: Bad Magic Number In Superblock Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started Testdisk Attached Thumbnails no_root_no_cry View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by no_root_no_cry 08-23-2013, 04:48 AM #2 eSelix Senior Member

no_root_no_cry View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by no_root_no_cry Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced his comment is here B) Following reboot, the 2nd 16GB drive (never used dd on it, full of files) showed up like normal. ntfsfix can help with that by clearing trying to fix the most basic NTFS problems: ntfsfix /dev/sda1 - will attempt to fix basic NTFS problems. Not the answer you're looking for?

I'm not sure that the problem is in the partition table, because partitions look good and another partitions run well. DistroUbuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Re: Unable to detect filesystem or/and partition not recognized the fdisk command should have been sda not sda3, so that may be those errors. Requests for further information are welcome! this contact form You can look deeper by changing "-n" parameter.

They've hacked it to give you bigger partitions, but if you're using a multi-terabyte drive you NEED to use GPT partitions. Formatted the unallocated space as fat32.3. Please help! :) Mattias Question information Language: English Edit question Status: Answered For: Ubuntu Edit question Assignee: No assignee Edit question Last query: 2009-07-17 Last reply: 2009-07-17 Related bugs Link existing

mkfs.xfs creates only a single AG by default.

Adv Reply September 3rd, 2013 #8 user_765 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2009 Beans 4 Re: Unable to detect filesystem or/and The odd thing for me now is why the installation can't recognize the file system and why I can't do anything about it in GParted... fsck.ext4 -p -f /dev/sda1 - same as before, but fsck will ignore the fact that the filesystem is clean and check+fix it nevertheless. it seems that the ubuntu kernel has troubles when using your drive.

Adv Reply August 26th, 2013 #4 user_765 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2009 Beans 4 Re: Unable to detect filesystem or/and fsck fails to fix all errors with default settings - If fsck fails to fix all errors with default settings, it will ask to be run manually by the user. It works okay now and I got the files that I wanted. navigate here LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - General Unable to detect filesystem or/and partition not recognized User Name Remember Me?

It has worked fine for ages, though I barely use it. All errors found should be repaired. Full disk problem on Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) Interview question "How long will you stay with us?" Are the mountains surrounding Mordor natural? Nearly all well established filesystem types have their fsck tool.

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