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when ever i faced this type of problems.., 1.I tried to repair the disk using tools option. 2.Location of tools option is --> Right click on the disk --> Go to properities-->tools --> click on error checking --> Schedule disk check 3.Finally restart your computer. I ...


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Drives aren't labeled like Windows in Linux. You can create separate partitions and/or drives for each folder (directory) or you can stack them under "root" /. Any folder you don't allocate in a separate partition will by default be under the / folder as if you had a C: drive with \ folder. I set up with HDD in anticipation of getting a 256 or 500GB SSD ...


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In Linux, drives aren't X:, drives are "mounted" in folders. Instead of using D:, you'll use whatever folder you mount the drive on.



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