Multiple problems with Sandisk SSD & Samsung SSD on Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 motherboardview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have an odd problem that I don't know how to fix. My PC consists of an Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 motherboard, to which three HDDs are attached: Port 1: WDC 2TB HDD Port 2: Samsung SSD 840 EVO 1TB Port 4: SanDisk SDSSDH2256G (picture: 2014-10-19 12.31.09.jpg) When I turn on my PC for the first time of the day, and it tries to boot from the SanDisk SSD, the message I'm usually greeted with (Hardware)

LG GT540 not workingview story

http://android.stackexchange.com – My LG GT540 is no longer working, the android market crashes every time I open it and so I can no longer install any apps It gives a warning saying that the system UIDs are inconsistent and I need to wipe my data partition but I do not know how. Please help as apps are important to a phone (HowTos)

[lubuntu] Cannot use freshly formatted partition/permission denied.view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – The partition is completely formatted, brand new, nothing on it. The problem is that I can't put files or folders on it. Even attempting to create a new folder causes a "permission denied" dialogue box. What do I do to fix this? (Hardware)

Dual Boot OSX 14.04.1 on MacPro Retina 11,2 - Unsure of instructionsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – New to this. Following instructions here: I have bootable USB with Ubuntu 14.04.1 (the NON-MAC 64 BIT, per instructions). I created a 35GB partition for Ubuntu on the MacPro (running OSX 10.9 (Maverick)) using Disk Utility. I have been able to boot into Ubuntu by holding down Option key on restart. (Hardware)

[all variants] Screen turns off after visiting certain web-pagesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hey guys! After having issues on my Ubuntu 14.04 with Gnome, I decided, that I erase everything from my laptop (dell vostro a860) - including the unused windows - and start from scratch. After formating and making new partition, my completely fresh Xubuntu 14.04.1 is just turning off my screen after accessing this: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95346?hl=en and clicking on the install b (Hardware)

Grub - Unknown Filesystemview story

http://crunchbang.org – Warning: tl;dr I may have missed stuff...Installing GRUB to a GPT disk requires a "BIOS boot partition", identified in gdisk by the filesystem type "ef02"Due to the vagaries of disk partitioning, it is best to create this partition last -- so you're in luck there Use gdisk to create a new partition in sectors 34-2047 of type "EF02"GRUB should install to this:http (HowTos)

Android market not working on LG GT540 android 2.1view story

http://android.stackexchange.com – I recently did a factory reset on my LG GT540 and when I boot it up it gives the warning: UIDs on the system are inconsistent, you need to wipe your data partition or your device may be unstable Everything seems alright apart from that the android market does not work, giving the warning: The application market has stopped working please try again Is there any way to fix this or a way to insta (HowTos)

8" Toshiba Encore Windows 8 tablet (WT8-A32) $100view story

http://hardforum.com – Tablet is in excellent condition. I simply don't use it. Comes in the original box, with ac adapter, and quick start guide. I'm also including an 8GB USB OTG flash drive that has the recovery partition installed on it (so you can remove the recovery partition from the tablet to free up space), an installed screen protector, an extra screen protector, and an Amazon Basics neoprene sleeve. (Hardware)

Recovering lost partitionsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi guys I lost few partitions while i was installing ubuntu or better said they all merged in one partition and I lost some important data. So can you give me few tips how to restore them with testdisk or some other software. Thx (Hardware)

[ubuntu] osprober attempting to mount EXTENDED partitions?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – My dmesg is spammed with error messages about mounting /dev/sda3; sda3 is an EXTENDED partition that should NOT be mounted! It's not causing any problems right now; (maybe a slightly delayed boot); but I find this error message unsettling: Quote: Code: Oct 11 00:06:26 xxx os-prober: debug: running /usr/lib/os-probes/50mounted-tests on /dev/sda3 Oct 11 00:06:26 xxx k (Hardware)