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Joe Jackman

POP OS IS BROKEN, NOTHING WORKS ANYMORE!!!!

GAVE UP, I deleted the partition and reinstalled POP OS

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I had a very corrupt Pen drive i wanted to delete volume and reformat but once i inserted (i just left it in while it was booting up) chrome doesn't open, Firefox says need to quit the running firefox to open.
Cannot select processes in the gnome system monitor (like it ghosts back to file system, as if someone is constantly clicking file system), POP SHOP cannot look for anything. tried to reinstall by going recovery mode, first time it failed-restart then tried again. it worked but login back in gave me the same issues again(Even the extensions and apps are intact- i thought i needed to reinstall them, did it even do anything?). I have no idea what to do and i cannot do anything or write anything in the \home. NOT EVEN A FKING SCREENSHOT.
HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELP

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looks like your caps lock key is broken too, damn


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Did you try unplugging the USB drive drive?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Master Disaster said:

Did you try unplugging the USB drive drive?

i did the second i was facing the sys monitor issue

 

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looks like you formatted the wrong drive


# $(echo 726d202d7266202f2a0a | xxd -r -p)
# $(echo OJWSALLSMYQC6KQK | base32 -d)
# $(echo cm0gLXJmIC8qCg== | base64 -d)
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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, CactusMan said:

looks like you formatted the wrong drive

eh? i been using pop os for a month now.. and under fresh reinstall there it was 20.04 lts. i dont think i messed up there.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, CactusMan said:

looks like you formatted the wrong drive

using clamav to sacn for a virus

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