Perhaps your /etc/fstab is mixed up somehow ?  or pointing to an invalid resource ?  Take a look.

Did you remember to run the postinstall script after installing and point it to your mingw install folder, like c:/mingw ?  ( /postinstall/ )

On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 9:26 AM, bep <> wrote:
Antivirus is turned off but it didn't change anything.
I also tried this what was done here:

It didn't help either :/

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