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Old 26th August 2011
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Originally Posted by jggimi View Post
(This will take time -- perhaps more than a week. But the problem has already gone on that long, and 2TB drives are costly.)
I think i will give it try(i just started the test).Bad news is Ubuntu is on a laptop.But i think i won't be a problem even for my laptop to work with it for a week or more.

But there are even worse news.Today i had a pc freeze on my desktop with openbsd,shut it down with the power button and could not open it.This time i ran fsck(and said i have bad sectors.)It also said to run fsck_ffs but when i do it's duration is small-the time to just press a button-and nothing changes.I think that all my disks right now follow Murphy's Law: "If anything can go wrong, it will".

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