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This has been aswered a few times possibly, anyway something like this might help.


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This post is helpful: http://sharadchhetri.com/2013/12/19/how-to-fix-read-only-usb-pen-drive-in-ubuntu/ 1) Find out the USB pen drive directory by df -Th 2) Unmount USB pen drive by umount command 3) Then, run dosfsck command to check and repair filesystem 4) After that, you can remove the USB pen drive from system and the re-attach it back to the ...


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I made the silly mistake of formatting a partition by accident. I was installing a linux distribution called crunchbang on my netbook, so I don't have to bring my laptop to class every week. I was intending to format a USB flash drive for this purpose, when, to my dismay, I formatted an ext4 partition containing over 500gb of data to fat32. This is a ...


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Here a link to a related question we had some time ago: Recovering Very Important Lost Data From Ntfs Partition If the data is REALLY important. Stop using the disk/partition NOW. Unmount it! And do a read only copy of the disk. Every time you try to recover something on the original disk you are in danger of loosing more data. Then try recovery tools on ...


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I was having a similar issue under OSX, and Glutanamate's answer didn't help. Some of the files differ by an hour; this might be because I tend to cross timezones relatively often. Other files are off by a day or even a month. I'm not sure why this is. Checksumming on some of the files with widely differing timestamps shows that they are, indeed, ...



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