I can't boot my Debian 9.5 with following errors. If I remember correctly ACPI Errors were shown every time I turn on PC. But computer always boot right with these errors, so I didn't care much. The new error starts at "A start job is running.."
When did the error start?
I was going to sell my older HDD so I erased the disk
/dev/sdd via command
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdd bs=1M. The disk was mounted to
/diskB_1TB. After erasing the HDD I turned down computer and then disconnected the disk from a motherboard. After that I turned on the computer but the error occured for the first time.
I've tried procedure from: https://askubuntu.com/questions/924170/error-on-ubuntu-boot-up-recovering-journal/924335?noredirect=1#comment1512824_924335 but it fixed nothing.
I have 4 disks
- /dev/sda with windows
- /dev/sdb with linux debian
- /dev/sdc as 2TB data disk
- /dev/sdd as 1TB data disk (the former disk I erased and disconnected)
Is there anything I can still do in this situation? I'm pretty sure I did delete only
/dev/sdd disk. I can still access data (via terminal) located in
/dev/sdc and in
/deb/sdb where my
/home/stepaiv3 is located. Moreover I can normally boot into my windows on