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  1. #1

    Default help!??!?! 2

    ok used the program testdisk to recover one of my lost partiton things
    it did so i rebooted the computer after rebooting it the windows didnt work(it was my lost patiton)
    so back to suse
    it would go
    load up
    and then it said that i have to fix manually
    my reactio (wtf?!?)
    enter root password
    i did
    it said in bright red
    repair filesystem # _

    i was ok i guessed some numbers here and there
    and it listed a possible 1598 different codes
    ?
    help now both windows an linux do not work!
    help plz

  2. #2
    PV NNTP User

    Default Re: help!??!?! 2

    lil94c wrote:

    >
    > ok used the program testdisk to recover one of my lost partiton things
    > it did so i rebooted the computer after rebooting it the windows didnt
    > work(it was my lost patiton)
    > so back to suse
    > it would go
    > load up
    > and then it said that i have to fix manually
    > my reactio (wtf?!?)
    > enter root password
    > i did
    > it said in bright red
    > repair filesystem # _
    >
    > i was ok i guessed some numbers here and there
    > and it listed a possible 1598 different codes
    > ?
    > help now both windows an linux do not work!
    > help plz
    >
    >

    Lil94c

    Just come clean with your father. Tell him what you did. If these are
    really important files and he has no backup, I think the only hope is to
    use professional restore services.

    As a father (and grandfather) I can assure you he will not be happy, but
    probably not surprised. Kids have a way of doing this sort of thing. As
    long as there is no blood and the car is intact it's no big thing.
    --
    P. V.

  3. #3

    Default Re: help!??!?! 2

    basically im screwed?!?!
    **** it come on anyone smart enough to takle this problem

    (so the only thing to try system restore and deltete lots a files
    )

    help

  4. #4
    arifk NNTP User

    Default Re: help!??!?! 2

    try fdisk /mbr to rebuild the master boot record on the hard drive. If that works you'll be able to get back to Windows only.

    Before you ask how to do this, you should google for fdisk and download a boot CD with it.

    If that doesn't work try:
    Supergrub Super Grub Disk Webpage

    If you're still in the same situation, then as the earlier post suggested you should come clean and consider a professional data recovery service.

    Next time, you should think twice about mucking with a system that you rely upon without performing a full backup.

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