Correcting boot problem: mount of NTFS drives went wrong

After my upgrade to 12.04, whenever Ubuntu tried to boot up it prompted an error indicating that it can't mount (NTFS) drives and I had to press S twice, once for each drive, to get to the login screen.

Now that I have disabled the auto mounting of drives, I guess I've made a mistake and Ubuntu no longer starts. I tried recovery modes (although I don't exactly know how to handle them), and then I see only a line which says mounting failed and permission was denied. It doesn't move past this.

How can I get Ubuntu to boot again?


Category: mount Time: 2012-08-25 Views: 1

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