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“DriveReady DeviceFault Error” Post ...

Superblock is one of the most common component of metadata structure in ext2 file system. It saves critical information which is used by the file syste...

anonymous3/17/201072600
Ext3 Error due to Journal File Corrup...

Most of the Linux file systems, including ext3, support file system journaling and thus are less prone to corruption. But as all problems can’t alw...

anonymous4/9/201048800
Ext3 File System Journaling in Linux

Ext3 or Third Extended is a reliable and popular file system for Linux operating system. It supports advanced concept of file system journaling to pro...

anonymous3/29/201035900
Ext4 Root Partition Failure with ‘exc...

Linux partitions are basically of three types: swap, root, and home. The swap partition is used for Linux swap space, root partition for Linux and the inst...

anonymous3/22/201059600
Fixing “mounting unchecked fs..” Lin...

Like every other operating system, Linux computer also contains a system or boot volume, which is used to boot your system. Boot device is one on which ...

anonymous4/14/201076800
Fixing “This doesn’t look like a partiti...

A Linux hard drive is divided into primary (boot) partitions, swap partitions, and logical partitions. Entries of all these partitions are saved in a ‘part...

anonymous3/31/201068000
Fixing “Unable to read inode block…” ...

EXT3, one of the most commonly used file system by Linux Kernel, is used in numerous Linux distributions. Although a reliable file system, it is ...

anonymous3/16/201071900
Hard Drive Partition Unbootable Post ...

A file system error message on a Linux-based computer system occurs when the file system gets corrupted. The corruption may be due to imprope...

anonymous3/11/201038500
How to Recover Linux Data After Har...

Is your Linux hard drive crashing abruptly every time when you boot your system? Are you unable to boot your Linux computer and access data from i...

anonymous5/27/201057400
How to resolve “The partition table o...

In a Linux system, the basic partition type code that is used commonly is 0×83. It is used across most of the file systems such as ext2, ext3, ext4,...

anonymous4/20/201042600
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