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I fixed it by running dejadup from a live USB and restoring the backup like that. Worked perfectly
I could access my raid and backup my files!! First I removed the spare device. Then I checked the other devices. There were two devices with bad sectors and I knew that the raid will crash again while resyncing when it wants to read or write to bad sectors. So I decided to clear the raid and build up a new degraded raid that is not syncing and still has ...
there is a very nice software for this called TimeShift You can backup your current installation any time to some other partition whenever you want and can restore if something goes wrong. TimeShift for Linux is a application that provides functionality similar to the System Restore feature in Windows and the Time Machine tool in Mac OS. TimeShift protects ...
This tutorial should help you out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQKQiP7JU-8
Open Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run: sudo update-grub If everything is OK, you Windows partition should be recognized at GRUB menu after this command.
On the bootloader there is an option to reset to factory settings. Assuming that you didn't also break the bootloader, you should be able to still do this. Once you turn on the computer as soon as you get the purple screen press the Esc key, this will show you some options for booting, and one of them should be something like "Reset to Factory Settings". ...
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