Thanks Derek,
I'll scan the drive using both methods, as soon as I
get back home.

--- Derek Ragona <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> At 06:46 AM 8/24/2007, Michael S wrote:
> >Good day all,
> >
> >I installed Gnome a few days ago and everything had
> >been fine up until last night. I shutdown the
> computer
> >using  a Gnome menu (and not shutdown -p now) and
> upon
> >restart one of my drives (the one mapped to /home)
> >wasn't working. After I did get it to work and able
> to
> >return to using GNOME, but when I login using GDM,
> I
> >don't see the desktop pager and the windows don't
> have
> >any decorations (e.g. borders, close/minimize
> >buttons). I am not an expert, but looks like the
> >window manager got corrupted by that improper
> >shutdown.
> >Anyone had similar experiences? Any ideas how to
> >rectify this?
> >
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Michael
> Sounds like your drive may be having issues.  I
> would reboot in single user 
> mode and fsck the drive.  You may also want to try
> the drive manufacturer's 
> diagnostic utility.
>          -Derek
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