emergency mode problem

I installed opensuse 12.1 64bit and there is not any problem until I physically removed one of the hard disks.
Now, the boot time is very long and the system go to emergency mode.
What do I do that it don’t wait for the removed hard disk and ignore it and it don’t go to emergency?

I suggest you put the HD back
Then we can establish how that HD was involved with your installed system

Are there any other way?
Because I format it?

It will probably be easier if you re-install openSUSE
If your /home is on the current HD then you can keep that unformatted to preserve all your data

On 2011-12-12 07:36, bluesky54 wrote:
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> caf4926;2417221 Wrote:
>> I suggest you put the HD back
>> Then we can establish how that HD was involved with your installed
>> system
>
> Are there any other way?
> Because I format it?

Pffff! Edit /etc/fstab and remove or comment out the entries that
pertained to that disk.

In emergency mode that means using “vi”.


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 11.4 x86_64 “Celadon” at Telcontar)

Thank you, It’s work.

thank you; it works.