Ubuntu :: Error - Superblock Has An Invalid Journal (inode Clear? <y>

Apr 7, 2011

I was trying to move my home partition on Ubuntu, and the computer hibernated on me. I restarted it up on the live disk to survey the damage, to find that the home partition, according to fsck, "Superblock has an invalid journal (inode Clear? <y>"

It cannot be mounted, either.

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I have installed both Windows Xp and Fedora 12. Last time when i was working on Fedora it didn't shut down properly. Now following error occurs and finally the system sleeps.

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