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> What do these PHLAK & Ubuntu errors mean?, SSD problems
post Feb 8 2009, 09:21 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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I''m working on an Acer Aspire One notebook ZG5, that has XP home sp,3 an 8 gig ssd, 1 gig ram, & no cd. It will not boot. It just goes into a loop after the MS boot screen. You can see a quick bsod, but I can't pause it. Then it reboots. I tried all the different safe modes, nothing. I tried alt + f10 to do a recovery without a CD, it goes back to the loop. I went into the bios & changed it to boot the from my external USB CD. It reads the Acer recovery cd then goes back to the loop. It booted from the cd with PHLAK 3.0 & Ubuntu. Phlak stopped with an error that said "can't find Phlak file system sorry" & "/static/ash:can't access tty; job turned off" Ubuntu errors were, "can't find Morphix file system, sorry" & "/static/ash: can't access tty; job control turned off" What do these errors mean? Does this mean the SSD is shot? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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post Feb 10 2009, 08:23 AM
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Its GNU/

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Yes you should unmount the desired partition.
ntfs utilities may not be included but you can use the vfat (FAT32) and then when you reload windows you can select NTFS.
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