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I worked it out, while creating a file history in windows, a folder named Data is created where all files are stored. I was confused by the names of the folders. Have a great day ;)


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I faced the same error message (in 12.04 on a Lenovo ThinkPad T500) immediately during the boot process and could not get through to any login screen. I had caused this behaviour before by manually modifying the xorg.conf file with a line that should do something desired. (Silly me! :-() To reverse the entry I booted from another partition, mounted my ...


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Please choose a writable Linux filesystem. The NTFS, FAT32 or other non-compatible filesystems are not good.


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I think what you are looking is system restore to as passive state. There is a package available but it must be installed and have a screenshot of state. check this page to get help in installing Time Shift and configuration. Time Shift


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I'll post a way that doesn't use disk images. In this case the operation is a bit involved. All told, you have about 40GB of data on a 750 GB disk. Making disk images of the full thing would be considerable waste of time and space. What I'd recommend, given that the SSD is a much smaller disk, is copy the content and not the entire disk/partition: Plan ...



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