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Old 01-25-2012, 11:25 PM
Paul Bromwell Jr
Default Partition Won't Mount Properly at Boot

I have an NTFS partition that doesn't mount properly at boot,
meaning that it mounts but in read-only mode.The funny thing is, I
can mount it manually and it will work in read/write. But only when
it boots does it mount in read-only. I use the partition to store
OS-independent data (Windows 7 / Kubuntu 11.10 dual-boot) so it's
really annoying when I boot up the computer and go right to Eclipse,
and Eclipse complains that it can't find the folder because it's not
mounted. I have to go back out, open up Dolphin, click on the
partition to mount it, then return to Eclipse. I've already run
chkdsk on the partition and Windows reports 0 errors. Anything else
I can do? The other idea I had in mind was to create a script to
mount it and then have Kubuntu run that script at boot, see if it
makes a difference.


Paul Bromwell

IT Professional


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