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/media/ is a stub where most modern distributions mount removable media when they are plugged in, e. g. USB hard drives, optical media, flash drives, etc. One of them you have mounted is identified as HDD2-200GB which is appearing as a 12.5GB filesystem, which is full. /mnt/ is another stub which is generally used for permanently mounted filesystems. ...


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There's another similar question and bindfs is suggested there: mkdir /home/$user/sda1 bindfs -u $user -g $group /mnt/sda1 /home/$user/sda1 OSX users suggest noowners mount option described like this: Ignore the ownership field for the entire volume. This causes all objects to appear as owned by user ID 99 and group ID 99. User ID 99 is ...


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I found the answer here, and followed the advice, as in the following code block. The first line is the recommended command, and the rest is the result from ntfsfix. Now the disk mounts with no problem, with the data apparently intact. [root@localhost]/home/Harry# ntfsfix /dev/sdb1 Mounting volume... $MFTMirr does not match $MFT (record 0). FAILED ...


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This looks like a corruption on drive sdb. Before you try and repair that NTFS partition (probably best try natively under Windows) you can use ddrescue to make a copy of the drive, so you have something to retry in case the repair fails. You can also use smartctl to check if the drive has errors, but if this drive is connected via USB you might not be able ...


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Perhaps I misread your kern.log but in this file, your drive seems to be referenced as /dev/sda not /dev/sdb. Did you try to use usbcore.old_scheme_first=1 as a grub boot parameter? Anyway, according to Device descriptor read/64, error-110 it's a power related trouble and there seems to be some kind of workaround here. The good old "try to turn it off and ...



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