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My Raspberry Pi's OS is Raspbian Stretch Lite. My Raspberry Pi crashed after pulling out USB drive from it. I'm not able to access it via SSH. I have connected the SD card of my Raspberry Pi to my Ubuntu PC and I found two partition of the SD card. One of them is boot and another is rootfs. In the rootfs partition, I've found all of my data in the Raspberry Pi. Is it possible to fix it and how?

Update: The rootfs partition disappeared that contained all of my data after reconnecting the card reader with my PC! Is it possible to get it back?

  • @TomasBy I used Raspbian Stretch Lite and only used it as a server and I did not use screen with it. And the rootfs partition suddenly disappeared after connection the card reader again with my PC. Is it gone forever? – user8481790 Aug 2 at 1:46
  • The rootfs partition disappeared - you must've deleted the partition, as partitions do not self erase – Jaromanda X Aug 2 at 3:56
  • Did the Windows PC offer the choice to reformat your SDCard because Windows couldn't read it? If you selected YES rather than CANCEL then Windows will have destroyed your ext4 filesystem. If Windows ever pops up that request for a Raspberry Pi SDCard the only sensible answer is CANCEL. Time to flash a new copy of Raspbian to your card - its contents have gone forever. – Dougie Aug 2 at 11:47
  • @Dougie The OP uses an Ubuntu PC. – Ingo Aug 2 at 12:30
  • Just to clarify: you attached the Card Reader with the SD Card to your Ubuntu PC and saw the rootfs partition. Then you pulled out the card reader and attached it again and the rootfs partition has gone? – Ingo Aug 2 at 12:35

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