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Filestystem checks are in progress... Mount of filesystem failed


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#1 Pentazoid

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 10:29 PM

So , I restarted my laptop and it contains a ubuntu linux OS . I try not to restart or shutdown my computer as little as possible and rather put it in hibernate mode when I am no longer using my computer , because each time I restart it or shut it down and restart it, it takes me to the operating system start up screen where it does a file system check and it only makes 87 percent progress. I try doing a filesystem check in recovery mode and it still fails to do a complete file check and restart properly. I am running out of solutions to implemented to resolved this issue, what do you suggest I do besides use a ubuntu recovery disc which I currently do not have?

I did a fsck and a mountall; both methods failed.

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#2 Pentazoid

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 11:30 PM

I resolved my dilemma . Short run mission accomplished. However, I want to reach a stage where I reboot, I will not be tormented by that long and tedious fsck process.




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