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Old 21st February 2010, 17:34
atjensen11 atjensen11 is offline
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I solved this issue by removing the drive and connecting it to a Windows machine. Windows went through and did a check on the NTFS file system. Then the drive was properly removed which likely closed the journal appropriately.

After doing this, the drive was reconnected to the Linux machine and backups were able to write to the drive correctly.
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