From: Mark Kilmartin (mrk at domain renre-europe.com)
Date: Wed 27 Jun 2001 - 11:44:46 IST
You may want to wait a little while before doing this some other people
can poke holes in the approach.
First take note of what partitions are causing the problems.
These will be in the form of hda? where ? is a number.
Connect the HDD up to another computer.
The following example assumes that the HDD is connected to the Secondary
Slave controller. ie. the HDD will be refered to as hdd under Linux.
Boot up Linux.
run fsck /dev/hdd? where ? is the number from step one.
On Wed, 27 Jun 2001, Brian G wrote:
> >There is a Keyboard port it is just not available on the back panel.
> >Solution 2.
> >Which involves slightly less messing around with hardware.
> >Open it up and connect the Hard Drive to another box and run fsck that
> Yea, this sounds way easier, but is the HDD not configured to run on
> the hardware that the OS was installed on?
> I'm not too handy on messing with fsck and boot problems ao if anyone knows any tutorials or links on how this can be done i'd be very
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