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LLE10131 : Posix error 9: Bad file descriptor


You get the error message: Bad file descriptor




If you get a "Bad file Descriptor" error it does not always mean that your hard disk is broken. Most of the time this means that you have a corrupt block on the disk which is possibly fixable. You can run fsck and afterwards check "lost+found".

Do not forget that fsck can only be run on unmounted filesystem.


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