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Bad Super Block Problem Help needed
  • From: "Ralph F. De Witt" <ralphfdewitt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 06:30:13 -0700
  • Message-id: <200108211327.GAA04631@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Hi all:
I recently installed KDE 2.2. I am now getting messages when attempting to
access the cdrom as user, to the effect that there was an I/O error read
sector 16 and 128 from the super block 0b:01 and old super block 0b:01. I
assume this means the super block 0b:01 is corrupted.

Is there any way to repair this. Or do I have to do a reinstall of the OS?

Ralph


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