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    Default sda2 and sda5 not mounting

    hello everyone i am haveing this new problem with sda2 and sda5 not mounting
    i have used bt3 since it came out and have never ran into this problem also i have just reformatted my sda5(backup partion) for fat32...would this have caused this problem

    here is the commands i have tried from other posts

    Code:
    bt / # mount dev/sda2 ../mnt/sda2
    mount: dev/sda2 already mounted or ../mnt/sda2 busy
    Code:
    bt / # mount -t ntfs-3g dev/sda2 ../mnt/sda2
    fusermount: mount failed: Device or resource busy
    FUSE mount point creation failed
    Unmounting /dev/sda2 (Main)
    bt / # mount -t ntfs-3g dev/sda2 ../mnt/sda2 -o force
    fusermount: mount failed: Device or resource busy
    FUSE mount point creation failed
    Unmounting /dev/sda2 (Main)
    bt / #
    im confused and have never ran across this problem...should i reformat my hdd back to ntfs?

    thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse View Post
    hello everyone i am haveing this new problem with sda2 and sda5 not mounting
    i have used bt3 since it came out and have never ran into this problem also i have just reformatted my sda5(backup partion) for fat32...would this have caused this problem

    here is the commands i have tried from other posts

    Code:
    bt / # mount dev/sda2 ../mnt/sda2
    mount: dev/sda2 already mounted or ../mnt/sda2 busy
    Code:
    bt / # mount -t ntfs-3g dev/sda2 ../mnt/sda2
    fusermount: mount failed: Device or resource busy
    FUSE mount point creation failed
    Unmounting /dev/sda2 (Main)
    bt / # mount -t ntfs-3g dev/sda2 ../mnt/sda2 -o force
    fusermount: mount failed: Device or resource busy
    FUSE mount point creation failed
    Unmounting /dev/sda2 (Main)
    bt / #
    im confused and have never ran across this problem...should i reformat my hdd back to ntfs?

    thanks in advance
    If its FAT32, shouldn't it be mount -t vfat / ...?
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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