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when i try sudo umount /dev/sda2 it replies: umount: /dev/sda2: not found also i noticed in the results of sudo fdisk -l shoe that the * underneith boot is next ...
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    when i try sudo umount /dev/sda2 it replies:
    umount: /dev/sda2: not found


    also i noticed in the results of sudo fdisk -l shoe that the * underneith boot is next to sda2. should this not be next to sda1?

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    Devils casper any more ideas? or anyone else?

    i canot recover my computer untill im sure harddisk content is safe..

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