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I hibernated Ubuntu Lucid one day, and the next I fired up my computer. Some update messed up the saved option in Grub, so instead of booting Ubuntu again as it should, it started Windows 7. When I came back with my coffee, I just went on using it without recalling Ubuntu was in bear mode.
I probably accessed music, Firefox profile, documents, downloads and games from the shared partition. The next time I switched to Ubuntu, I saw the "waking up from hibernation" message. But I expected it to fail at waking, and soft reboot instead, as happened the previous time I "tried" this in my Karmic times.
But no, it woke up alright. I quickly realized a directory in the root of the shared partition was now empty. I think the only programs accessing the shared partition on resuming were Quod Libet music player and Transmission bittorrent client.
Trying to "dir" it in shell produced "file not found". But how to get to them? A little research provided little help, and made my hopes even more bleak. The result was not very informative: Run with auto repair. I powered off and went away, and came back with EasyRecovery later.
The computer started with me not paying attention, as usual, and when I looked, chkdsk was already spewing errors in full swing, which it did for some ten minutes.
Oh well, here goes nothing. Fortunately I did lit a candle for Santa Tecla recently, and after Windows started, my data was back, all of it as far as I can tell, though some files ended up in found.
So yes, this had a happy ending.
And in my case keep the backup up to date! And of course, be extra careful with hibernation and shared partitionsAs Ferkelparade said, you'd need multiple frequency sources to get the overtones.
Notice that the highest frequencies bend up over a longer time period than the root frequency.
Also note that this siren has 2 separate whistles, overlapping in time. Jun 24, · I still have the report 'The second ntfs boot sector is unwriteable' when I run chkdsk - so can only presume that this is a legacy of the conversion and a seperate issue to the speed problem.
I have tried Fixboot - still the same. Hollywood Reporter names NFTS one of the top film schools in the world Nov 02, · When you boot of the XP installation disk it will check the PC for existing disk partitions and will give you the option to install to existing free space and format as an NTFS partition.
Select the free space, format as NTFS and then install XP as per normal. Hibernating and booting into another OS: will my filesystems be corrupted?
Ask Question. up vote 47 I can confirm the loss of data issue with a shared NTFS partition. I dual-boot between Lucid Lynx Ubuntu and Windows 7. writing some files, restarting back into Windows 7, the files are always retained.
When hibernating Windows 7. I used two NTFS formatted drives: a GB thumb drive containing the Windows 10 ISO, Apple Boot Camp drivers (downloaded from Boot Camp Assistant), and WinToUsb Free, and a 2TB FIRECUDA hybrid drive attached to a WAVLINK USB/Thunderbolt 3 docking device.