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Before doing this, I would do a dd copy to some other device.

Looks like you might want to use FSCK (File System Check)

This guys problem seams similar to yours.

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"My external ext3 USB drive was mounted while my system crashed while I was messing around with a LiveCD. (Copying large files into your live user's home folder while booted from a LiveCD is a bad idea by the way. ).

Anyway, how can I run a filesystem check on the disk? I tried "sudo tune2fs -c 1 /dev/sdc1" on the USB drive and mounted and unmounted it with no success. Also, am I supposed to use e2fsck or fsck and do I need to boot into single user mode? The dire warnings of possible file system corruption make me rather nervous."

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How do I fsck an external USB drive? See

Hope this helps.

On 10/25/2016 11:37 AM, Manoj Rathee wrote:
I am using Ubuntu 12.0 version and libre office 3. I was doing work in
office and suddenly power has gone and in pendrive I was doing my work so
when I again started my computer and inserted pendrive then going to open
the odt file, the file did not open and an error came that is general input
opuput error. So please solve my problem and please can u repair my file
it's very very urgent.

I am from Judiciary department. Its request you to please make some
solution for this. Please reply.

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