Filesystem isn't in valid state. May be it is not cleanly unmounted.

2017-01-04
5 days ago
  • Kevin Horsley

    Kevin Horsley - 2017-01-04

    Hi all,

    Please excuse the uneducated question, I have done quite a bit of looking but can't find a solution to this problem.

    I am trying to capture the following into an image:
    sda (128GB_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda1 (242M_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda2 (243M_vfat_efi(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda3 (5.6G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda4 (3.7G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda5 (3.7G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda6 (3.7G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda7 (1.9G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda9 (18.6G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)
    sda10 (77.8G_ext4(In_SanDisk_SD8SBAT1)_SanDisk_SD8SBAT128G1122_162616400038)

    but when it gets to sda2 I get the following error:

    fatclone.c: Filesystem isn't in valid state. May be it is not cleanly unmounted.

    Any help or direction would be appreciated.

     

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