first umount /dev/sda1 from mount point directory
after try fsck
Drive failure. You can use dd to remove as much data from the drive before replacing the
First of all thanks for your response...
i use mount -r /dev/sda1 /mnt but i see following error :
wrong fs file type, bad option bad superblock on /dev/sda1 or too many mounted file system.
fsck -b 8193(see man page of e2 fsck)
if same error, check with "-c" option
can you mount it with "r" permission ?
mount -r /dev/sda1 /mnt
then try to copy content of filesystem by "tar" or "cpio" and create
new filesystem and restore copied files..
otherwise the best way is to create a new filesystem
and restore backup
you must umount filsystem
after run fsck /dev/sda1
you dont have problem if get any error type error this site