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hi i have an acer aspire one with this stupid fedora os. while booting the os i am getting : fedora 13-i686-L : UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY : RUN fsck MANUALLY [FAILED]
UNDER THAT IT SAYS
FEDORA -13-i686-L CONTAINS A FILESYSTEM WITH ERRORS , CHECK FORCED UNATTACHED INODE 5470
AN ERROR OCCURRED DURING THE FILE SYSTEM CHECK. DROPPING YOU TO A SHELL : THE SYSTEM WILL REBOOT WHEN YOU LEAVE THE SHELL
GIVE ROOT PASSWORD FOR MAINTENANCE (OR TYPE CONTROL -D TO CONTINUE)
when i do control d the system tries to reboot but comes back to the same message and i don`t know what the root password is (also when i try to write anything it just does not write
i tried to get ubuntu on usb and boot the usb but i get error 17 and nothing happens... can you please guide me through - all i want is to get it running on any os
Have you upgraded the RAM? If so, do you still have the old RAM available?
If memory isn't the culprit, you have some other hardware problem in all likelihood since it affects both the cardreader and the internal drive. If you can make a bootable thumb drive on another system, you can try that. But I wouldn't be surprised if that gave you trouble, too.
i managed to solve the problem by creating a bootable usb (bootable usb creator for ubuntu)and the only os that seemed to go through was ubuntu ... windows and fedora would not boot at all...(thx bc advisor that was helpful)