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comment WD Advanced Format confusion
So should I go with MBR since if I make GPT then GRUB won't be able to boot Windows (since I have no UEFI)?
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comment Target filesystem doesn't have requested /lib/systemd/systemd
Yes you were correct. The disk is dying. I've been able to access it via live cd and now I'm copying files off of it(though dead show). should I delete this question or leave it as a cautionary tale?
Feb
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comment Target filesystem doesn't have requested /lib/systemd/systemd
here is a more vertical picture of the errors: i.imgur.com/MHqvI86.jpg (excuse the quality)