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Busy box Error on Ubuntu

If ur a ubuntu User this error may be familiar to you..! most probably u'll do format whenever ur getting this i think.!!
Now Busy box error has the solution..!

1,Go 2the Kernal recovery mode by pressing the ESC key at the start up..!
2,On the command mode type the following command
3,sudo e2fsck -f -b 32768 -y /dev/sda1

4,here the sda1 or sdab1 depends on the disk..
5,this command will fix all the superblock errors
6,This ill modify the file system and revert the settings..!



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