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    Default going to smash computer

    ok i finally got BT loaded on to laptop but its still saying i need to run 2fsck -v -y dev/hda2 or something ive done it 5 time and it wont do anything else, is says sign in as user by typing control-d or use root pw to perform maintence well ive done the maintenance it didnt really help at all so i tried to log in by typing "control-d", holding control and d i dont know i must be retarded how do i log in?

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    after running e2fsck -v -y /dev/hda2 it says segmentation fault then goes back to konsole but it says (none)#_____ any ideas how to fix this?

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    After you hit ctrl-d it should drop you to a login prompt.

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    when i hit control-d it reboots everything and tells me the same thing "manually run 2xfsck on hda2"...."log into user account by typing control-d"..."or enter root password to enter maintenenace". i dont know what else to do i reformated that partition in windows and using Gnome partition and changed file system to ext2 and it still says it

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    Sounds like you have a harddrive with physical bad sectors.

    Might be time to buy a new one.
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    Test your Hard Drive if its still good with a DFT test (Drive Fitness Test)


    Download this program at this site
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...ess-Test.shtml


    This will create a bootable floppy disk. A CD image is also available for download


    then just run the floppy or cd which ever one you make and do advanced test on your hard drive

    If it passes you'll get a green screen, that mean your hard drive is fine

    If you get a red screen it means you have a bad hard drive and show what section is bad.

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