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Default "Can't check filesystem" error after installation

Hello people,I just installed OBSD 4.9 to an IBM Lenovo X60!My Laptop has no CD Drive so i inserted the laptop's hard disk to a case to make it external hard disk!I installed it by chosing "sd0"(installation completed succesfuly) and when i attached the hard disk to my lenovo again i get this error:

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Can't open /dev/rsd0a: Device not configured
CAN'T CHECK FILESYSTEM.
/dev/rsd0a:UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck_ffs MANUALLY.
Automatic file system check failed; help!
Enter pathname of shell or RETURN for sh:

Any ideas how to make it work?
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