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I got the following error messages when i turn on my pc:
"EXT2-fs error (device 03:02)
 ext2_check_descriptors: Inode table for group 4 not in group (block 5)!
EXT2-fs: group descriptor corrupted
Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on 03:02."

What is the solution?

Juan Carlos.
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by:Talence
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Hhm.. how about booting with a boot/root floppy and running
fsck from there?
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henckens earned 50 total points
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Use your root and boot floppy to boot up and run e2fsck /dev/hdxx.
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