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“DriveReady DeviceFault Error” Post Superblock Corruption

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http://www.ubuntux.org – Superblock is one of the most common component of metadata structure in ext2 file system. It saves critical information which is used by the file system manager to systematically manage the file system. Corruption in superblock can occur due to improper system shutdown, file system corruption, virus attack, and human errors. The system becomes unbootable once the superblock is corrupt. This further leads to inaccessibility of data saved in the hard drive. In such cases, the user needs to opt for an updated data backup to continue with his/her work. But in case, no backup is available or bac (Distributions)