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General :: Ext2-fs (sda1): Error: Ext2_Lookup: Deleted Inode Referenced 83359


1st. I lost my usb drives. Im using Puppy Studio(Lucid, Full HDD install, latest ver) on a Toshiba Satellite 2805-S201... My 1st Linux treasure... Anyway... I was recording audio thru audacity. Shutdown. L8r started and inserted a Flash drive and the icon never showed even though I used it hours prior with no issues. The drives are working fine meaning I can access the data on other devices. Now the newb... I cant find the USB info anywhere. i followed System-Status & Configure-Hardware info-Devices-USB devices and theres nothing there. The optical drive & sda1 are registered but the flash drives are not. Does it sound like my 2 USB ports are dead? My mouse & keyboard dont register either!

2nd. B4 today reboot was the only command I knew (so sad...) but I learned dmesg and tried that and dmesg reads

Ext2-fs (sda1): error: ext2_Lookup: deleted inode referenced 83359

Basically I now want to move my music but I have no working usb ports. And Its been frustrating trying to figure out what the dmesg means when today is the 1st time I opened a terminal!


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