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I have an: Laptop MYRIA MY8305GD, Intel® Celeron® N3350 2.4GHz, 13.3", 4GB, eMMC 32GB, Intel® HD Graphics 500.

I have installed last version of Ubuntu. Frequently after shutdown, or even in time when I am using it(writing simple text documents, browsing) the disk become readonly. Mounting a USB doesnt work. To fix this, I have to enter in recovery mode and using fsck -y on initfrms shell or using a Live USB check from gparted.

Now, sometimes I write larger documents and becomes frustrating. Does exist other tools to fix this? or how can be solved?

Thank you in advance

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If you have Windows also (Dual Boot). This may be due to Windows fast boot. Disable it.

  • Go to control Panel.
  • Click Power Options.
  • Click Choose what the power buttons do.
  • Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.
  • Uncheck Turn on fast startup (recommended).
  • Click Save changes.
  • Reboot

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