Debian linux SCSI error return code = 0x 00200008

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i have this problem when trying to login with debian and i really confused because i never seen this before and i want someone to help me resolve this problem  and tell what to do next  to avoid this type of errors in the future

this is the error  "Linux SCSI error return code = 0x 00200008"

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linux SCSI error return code = 0x 00200008

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Debian linux SCSI error return code = 0x 00200008

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I think you are having a hardware error specifically, an input-output (I/O) error. When a computer generates an input-output (I/O) error it pertains to the storage medium, the hard drive. It is either you have a failing hard disk or your operating system is really in error that’s why it can no longer handle any input and output requests. If an operating system is in error, almost all of its settings have wrong entries because of a problem in the hard drive’s file structures.

In severe cases, a simple disk check using any disk utility application can no longer help because of the amount of damage made to the system. If this is the case, usually, formatting the hard drive and installing the operating system again will fix the problem. But before reinstalling your operating system, you need to check your hard drive first if it is still suitable for operating system installation or if it already needs to be replaced. If your hard disk is already failing, it’s no longer stable to be installed and be used by any operating system. Otherwise, you’ll end up having this error again in the future.

Test your hard drive first if it is still stable to be used by an operating system before formatting it and installing your new operating system again.

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Debian linux SCSI error return code = 0x 00200008

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The problem that you are getting is caused by some missing patches in the linux application that you are using and therefore you will need to download them and install them to fix that problem. You will need to follow the link below to open the website that tells you about the patches that you will need to fix that issue and allows you to download them from there for free:

http://www.andante.org/scsi_error.html

The patches are like system drivers and when they are missing from your system it cannot function properly. Therefore access the site  above and download the right patch to fix that problem. There are guidelines too that will help you to install the patch that you will download, for linux applications usually have a specific way in which they can be installed.

-Clair Charles

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