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Well, if windows doesn't detect it properly, then you probably aren't going to be able to save your data, as the partition is probably already corrupt. What did you do before this all happened? Has this partition mounted properly before? What changed between then and now?
Originally posted by john_active the disc was all right before my edit fstab.I want my data, i don't (N O W A Y)want to format.at least before take my data.
Might not be an option, that's why it's important to backup data and be careful when messing around with partitions, like mentioned ,if windows can't detect its own filesystem format properly, it's unlikely Linux can
before that the disc was mounted properly,everything ok,i 'd been used it a long time with linux.I don't want what changed between then and now.i just edit fstab, unmount and remount the disc and...all that crap
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