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    If you have hard drive error 19.1 on your system, I hope this blog post can help you.

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    WWWW
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    Error Starting Mint 19.1 (64)

    Last edited by MrEen on Mon 03 Feb. 2021 18:51, edited 2 Financial Times in total.
    Cause: Resolved Removed the property docs and now reinserted the thread into them.

    I disconnected my main drive but connected other drives for analysis. After that, my 500 GB big drive gave up running shoes, which prompted me to use the “initramfs” command, whose commands do little to nothing. Running FSCK allowed me to run e2fsck which gave:

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  • Error restoring dev/sda1 filesystem: policy termination process 1: message e2fsck 1.44.1 (March 24, 2018) (you have disks-error-quark,0)

    I have included many versions of FSCK but this is the first one. The last time I checked was not March 2018. Others also organize trips.

    Running the live DVD shows me some files, andAlso (sometimes) launching recovery mode, sometimes also showing some Minty logos.

    all41

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    Re: Failed To Launch 19.1 (64)

    You may have changed the section in uuid# fstab.
    If you booted in real time, run Gparted and Disks to find this UUID for the /
    partition.Then use (in /etc/fstab HD, not live shoes. Check iso) which has uuid
    the same.
    Also make sure the 500 GB drive is at the top of the boot in the BIOS command set

    WWWW
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    Re: Failed To Launch 19.1 (64)

    disk failure error 19.1

    all41:
    The UUID numbers match. The boot order is left unchanged and the specific hard drive is last (so DVD and USB devices are loaded first if present), other hard drives are booting fine. I used the included GParted repair and although it should have been successful, the player still won’t start.
    ManyIn various pieces of information I see an indication that the kernel usually has problems.
    Thank you.

    Reddog1
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    Re: Failed To Launch 19.1 (64)

    disk failure error 19.1

    I disconnected the main disk from the group and connected another one to evaluate the disk.

    Is your entire family absolutely certain that you reconnected your drive to the SAME SATA PORT you disconnected? I ran into this when I plugged the drive into the new SATA connector on the MB.

    WWWW
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    Re: 19.1 (64) Boot King Error

    Well, looks like the deal is done. (with some secondary damage).
    Following linux-rox’s suggestion (i.e. wordpress link) I finally got it to work; there were hundreds of questions about this method, I had to ignore 2 errors, it started easily at the end of each (though in data recovery mode).
    One thing (which almost led to the wrong and unnecessary error): when I got the third command “sudo f2sck -l block_number /dev/sdb”, I found that even during the disk in question, which was partitioned as a full disk partition, and in most of the first two commands I did not need it, it was very necessary to specify /dev/sdb1, otherwise nothing happened.
    Minor corruption: When I tried to save what I wrote here (just in case) to a file I that I moved just for this purpose, I found that it was set to “Read Only” was changed, super pain. I may not be able to change it; root couldn’t change it (what’s the point of having root if it’s efficient at handling things like this?). This has happened to me before and besides, I didn’t take notes on what I did to fix it. This is not only a royal headache that you do not need pain, but will also lead to a lot of systemic problems. A system that unfortunately complains that the “thumbnail” needs to be fixed, while at the same time with a “Fix” button that doesn’t seem to do anything, or so literally tens of thousands have to do with it….
    Reddog1 raises an interesting question: I noticed (during a replacement) on this machineNot that the SATA cable from which it will boot is dancing with no apparent logic. At first I thought that this was the cable he last started with, but it soon turned out that what the experts erroneously claim…

    Thanks for helping me resolve the worst case scenario.

    WWWW
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    19.1 (64) Launch Error – Not Resolved

    Hello everyone:
    Well, I soon spoke too. Only I have a shoe. Azgl1500 suggested that “sudo chmod -R ~/” 777 is back to fix the “everything is read-only” error. This does not work. Then I thought of “sticky bit” and tried “sudo chmon gs…”. This fixed the read-only issue, but at home I took g-parted and “advanced options” which can restart it. Again, there were some issues with saving the config and it was a proper miracle on boot. Back to the useless initramfs prompt.

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    Festplattenfehler Fehler 19 1
    Erreur De Panne De Disque 19 1
    Error De Falla De Disco 19 1
    Erro De Falha De Disco 19 1
    디스크 오류 오류 19 1
    Blad Awarii Dysku 19 1
    Oshibka Sboya Diska 19 1
    Schijffout Fout 19 1
    Errore Di Errore Del Disco 19 1
    Diskfel Fel 19 1