Posts Tagged ‘ hard drive ’

Before you install WebRoot anti-virus

Mar 18th, 2015 | By

Webroot is, by all accounts, the Citizen Kane of anti-virus applications.  It scores a perfect score on nearly all tests and apparently it can’t be beat.. It comes with one massive downside though and that is the amount of disk space it consumes when running on an active system.  I noticed my system becoming less
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External hard driving auto mounting as read only in Debian

Apr 16th, 2012 | By

Ok so this happens with NTFS drives sometimes if  you need to run chkdsk on the drive for a corrupt inode, improper unmounts, there’s a whole slew of reasnos.. For example my syslog today shows this: NTFS-fs error (device sdb1): ntfs_read_locked_inode(): Failed with error code -5. Marking corrupt inode 0x7a036 as bad. Run chkdsk. Best
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How to mount a USB External NTFS Hard Drive that won’t mount in Ubuntu

Feb 19th, 2010 | By

So I was having a problem with my external USB hard drive lately.  The USB connectors on this LG laptop are a bit shady so things get disconnected if you bump them and this would happen with my hard drive.. The problem being that if the Hard drive was disconnected like this and not properlyy
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