Maintenance Mode Fixdisk can't unmount mnt/hd2

/df

Well-Known Member
Once the fix-disk run is complete, you can force the sector to be "repaired" (ie, relocated and probably zeroed) at the maintenance mode command line:
Code:
umount -l /dev/sda2
hdparm --write-sector 1269938081 --yes-i-know-what-i-am-doing /dev/sda
This is equivalent to the command that fix-disk would have used if you'd hit Y, especially if you actually include the disk device name.
 
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Black Hole

May contain traces of nut
I've hit the same problem, having noticed my HDR3 running unauthorised deletes:

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(sorry about the screenshot, webshell copy doesn't seem to play well with Linux Mint)

Yes, I am running the "latest" firmware (the beta), no I don't have any other drives plugged in (made redundant by virtual-disk2).

Reading through the thread I find "have you turned it off and on again" has cleared this in one post... and relax.
 
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