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> /hdd3 Vfat Ro, my Internal Disk is mounted as Read-Only
darkloran
post Jan 3 2005, 01:34 AM
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Hi,

since a few days, my data partition/Internal Disk/hdd3 is always mounted as Read-Only.
i'm issueing command
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mount -o remount rw /hdd3
. But a few seconds or minutes later it becomes "ro" again.
for a note -> a reboot does not change a thing

i've got error messages in "dmesg" such as

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Filesystem panic (dev 16:03)
    FAT error
    Filesystem has been set read-only
Directory 39: bad FAT


i'm planning on
1- removing every directories i've created and test.
2- making a "factory reset" tonight at home (as i need the AC adapter to do this).

has someone encounted this kind of problem ? has someone an idea of what is "bad FAT" ?

Loran
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darkloran
post Jan 3 2005, 02:03 AM
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after google-ing a while... i've tried a
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umount /hdd3
dosfsck -rw /dev/hdc3 # which is the device previously attached to /hdd3


i've answered yes to all questions (correct and then write)

and it seems a lot better ! smile.gif

i hope this may help someone else...
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