How to Fix/Repair/Recover Disk on Linux Mint 19 LTS Easy Guide

August 10, 2018 | By thelinuxevangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Linux Mint 19 Disk Recovery Even if Non Bootable




You are Welcome! The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Repair/Recover/Fix Disk from Errors Even if No more Bootable on Linux Mint 19.x Tara/Tessa LTS 32/64-bit GNU Mate/Cinnamon/Xfce/KDE Desktop.

And this Procedure will Easily Fix Errors and Recover Linux Mint 19 Drive, but only in Case it’s Not Corrupted.

Finally, this Procedure that make use of the e2fsck Tool is Valid for the ext2/ext3/ext4 File Systems.

How to Fix/Repair/Recover Disk on Linux Mint 19 LTS - Featured
  1. Boot System with Mint or other Ubuntu Based Live Media
    How to Create a Live Linux Mint Media:

    Get and Burn Linux Mint ISO
  2. Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    How to Fix/Repair/Recover Disk on Linux Mint 19 LTS - Open Terminal
  3. Find the Volume to Mount
    (LVM or Ordinary Partition)
    So first install Lvm2 Tool:

    sudo apt-get install lvm2

    So now Execute a Disk Scan to Find out existing Partitions:

    lvmdiskscan

    In the Output you should be able to Recognize your Device…
    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution




  4. Fixing the Partition
    First Unmount the Volume with:

    sudo umount /dev/[my-vol]

    Where [my-vol] the Device identifier.
    Finally, Check the File System:

    sudo e2fsck -fy /dev/[my-vol]

    Then if Errors are found, after Repeat again the process Until the Disk is Free from Errors!
    If the Disk is Not Corrupted then the Process will Easily Restore the Volume.

  5. Reboot Linux Mint


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