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Old 21st February 2006, 04:35 PM
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Unhappy Inconsistent filesystem structure

I was trying to burn a DVD when my system locked up. I had to hard boot it to get it to come back up but it did not come back up. Instead I get an error from GRUB Stage 2.

Error 16: Inconsistent filesystem structure

When I googled this error I found


This error is returned by the filesystem code to denote an internal error caused by the sanity checks of the filesystem structure on disk not matching what it expects. This is usually caused by a corrupt filesystem or bugs in the code handling it in GRUB.

I have Knoppix 4.0 and I can run sfdisk and see the drive. How can I repair the filesystem?

Can anyone offer some assistance?
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