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  1. #1
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    error

    sir ,


    [xxxxx.xxxxxx]end_request: I/O error dev sda ,sector xxxxxx.


    how to recover it and create backup.
    i have tried sudo fdisk-l.

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    Re: error

    1. Where and when does this error appear?
    2. Is it a new problem that has suddenly appeared following a system crash or similar?
    3. The command is actually sudo fdisk -l so you missed the space after fdisk.
    4. That command does nothing except show the partitions on the disk; it does nothing more.
    DISTRO: Xubuntu 12.04-64bit --- Code-tags --- Boot-Repair --- Grub2 wiki & Grub2 Basics --- RootSudo

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    Exclamation Re: error

    sir i have tried the same command but nothing happened...

    I CANNOT LOGIN IN TERMINAL WITH AMINISTRATIVE USERNAME .....

    NOR ANY COMMMAND EXECUTING LIKE SHUTDOWN....

    ERROR IS [XXXXX.XXXXXX]end_request:I/O ,dev sda ,sector xxxxxxxx

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    Re: error

    the warning on console screen is
    *** THIS VERSION OF THE ClamAV engine is outdated. ***
    not allowing to execute any command on terminal.....

    error.

    [xxxx.xxxxxx]end_request:I/O dev,sda , sector xxxxxx

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    Re: error

    Quote Originally Posted by ajgreeny View Post
    1. where and when does this error appear?
    2. is it a new problem that has suddenly appeared following a system crash or similar?
    3. the command is actually sudo fdisk -l so you missed the space after fdisk.
    4. that command does nothing except show the partitions on the disk; it does nothing more.


    its a problem followed by system crash.......

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    Re: error

    Run a live system from CD or USB and run the terminal command
    Code:
    sudo e2fsck /dev/sda1
    and then for all other ext4 sda# partitions, but not the swap partition.

    That command may well report errors and allow you to correct them. Report back here any results, good or bad, and let's see if we can get you up and running again.
    DISTRO: Xubuntu 12.04-64bit --- Code-tags --- Boot-Repair --- Grub2 wiki & Grub2 Basics --- RootSudo

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