I have the -f option set so that when my system boots it forces a filesystem check. Everytime I boot up and it checks it says "Deleted inode 102401 has zero dtime." It never goes away its always the same one.
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Use fdisk to look at the partition table of your drive.  Make sure that the last block # of your partition indeed is within the physical range of the drive (fdisk shows the range).  Perhaps you are 1 over the limit.

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jmattson20Author Commented:
Well I checked and it shows

/dev/hdb1 Start 1 End 1024
/dev/hdb2 Start 1025 End 2651
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