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Re: Machine hangs at boot



Rescue mode is the same as recovery mode? If so, yes I can go to recovery but not sure how to proceed to check cdb for errors. Unfortunaly I don't have a rescue cd

Frederic Marchal <frederic.marchal@wowtechnology.com> wrote:

>On Monday 15 December 2014 16:14:09 German wrote:
>> SDB is ext4. It is just a disk I use for data. Under normal circumstances,
>> when system operating normally it isn't mounted for some reason and it gets
>> mounted when I just click on it in LXDE. I guess that's why it's not
>> initialized
>
>LXDE can't mount a ext4 partition if the disk partition table is unknown.
>
>Could the partition table be in an unusual format and the new kernel doesn't 
>support that format anymore? I doubt it. It is more likely that it got 
>corrupted but you didn't notice until the system was rebooted.
>
>Can you check that disk with a live cd, rescue mode or whatever you have at 
>hand?
>
>PS: I just saw your other mail where you write that catalyst is working fine. I 
>expected that much. So sdb is again the most suspicious line reported by 
>dmesg.
>
>Frederic
>
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