Corrupted Partition Table

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I was doing some experiments with the SSD and I accidentally seem to corrupted the partition table. Now I am not able to create partitions and mount them.

How could I fix that problem?

Thanks

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Do following steps.
1. remove driver
2. re-make driver
3. re-install driver

If the problem is not solved, re-do the firmware running sequence.

Could you explain the situation where you encountered corrupted partition table in detail?

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So what happened was that I accidentally erased the partition table that is stored on the SSD. Without a valid partition table you can not create partitions and mount them.

I was able to fix the problem by using the app TestDisk for Linux that can create a new clean partition table for you.

Thanks for the assistance anw!
Edited On 8:42:52 PM - Fri, May 15th 2015 by GeoMap


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