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Old 01-31-2018, 04:06 PM   #16
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If I do a "mount /dev/sda4" it gives me: "mount: /: /dev/sda4 already mounted on /."
Then you can find where it is mounted by using the df -h command from a terminal.

I find it extraordinary that you have an EFI partition of over 280GB!! I've rarely seen one over 500MB, the standard being 200-500MMB. Be interesting to know how that happened.

Your other drives, sdc and sde are MBR/DOS and you won't be able to boot them from the EFI partition even if you could access them. If you have an actual install on one of those drives, you should be able to select either drive from the boot option on boot.
 
  


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