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Disk Utility in 12.04 LTS will not let me check the file system partition for errors
I want to check my partition for errors using Disk utility. When I press the "Check Filesystem" button, it says that an error occurred ... device is busy. How can I ignore that error and carry on ...
May 6 '12 at 4:10
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