Did you by change have some left over references to your ZIP drive in your
/etc/fstab ? This is the obvious first question.
On Mon, 31 Jan 2000, Luca Lizzeri wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 31, 2000 at 08:32:38PM +0100, Joerg Stroettchen wrote:
> > mmhh...
> > i had very similar problems with e2fsck-1.1.8:
> > e2fsck-1.18 failed to check one single partition (hda3). I finally found that
> > the problems occurred when
> > 1. during boot no zip-disk was in my zip-drive (hdb)
> > and
> > 2. the partition which was checked was > 2 GB
> > my recent solution is to insert a zip-floppy into hdb before turning power on
> Well, that checks, because I too have a zip-floppy slave of the drive having
> problems (on hdd).
> I don't recall if I had or not a disk in the drive, but even if it was empty,
> I don't think requring users to have a disk in the zip drive would cut it :)
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