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Re: [vox-tech] Fsck-ing a Hard Disk Problem
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Re: [vox-tech] Fsck-ing a Hard Disk Problem

On Thu 29 Jan 04, 11:55 AM, Robert G. Scofield said:
> On Thursday 29 January 2004 11:09, Robert G. Scofield wrote:
> >
> > So, what does all of this mean?  If I continue to hear the grinding/barking
> > sound does that mean that I need a new hard disk?  Of course I really don't
> > know if that sound is connected to the problem.  But how serious is this
> > problem?
> Here's some more information.  When one exits from K-mail a little box comes 
> up saying that K-mail is being cleaned up.  Now when I exit, the box stays up 
> for a *much* longer time.  And while the box stays up the grinding/barking 
> sound continues.  
> It seems to me that KDE is screwing up somehow.  But I am still able to boot 
> into Linux without any fsck errors.  I'm just wondering if I need a new hard 
> disk.
yes, you do need a new hard drive.


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