I have a problem when I turn on the computer, the system does not work and a message appears busybox v1.35.0

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downloaded the system as Kali on the hard disk, and after working with it, I entered a command for a few days, and it caused me this problem, and after that I was not accepted by the command. fask And after some meaning, it became clear to me that an order must be used fask.ext4 -nf /dev/sda1 But the problem is that he tells me files(0.6% non-contiguous) 5047089/121846272 blocks And after giving an order blkid It shows me that the problem is in sda 1And the sda5 and guy sda5 I do the same thing and I get this message
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You said that you entered a command for a few days and it caused you this problem.
What command did you enter?

Do you have a back up?
 

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Not sure if this is the fix or not but seems close to what you have going on.

Since your system is stuck at the initramfs prompt read this:

Linux Mint initramfs Prompt at Boot​

 
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You said that you entered a command for a few days and it caused you this problem.
What command did you enter?

Do you have a back up?
أI want to say that I entered a command, and at the same time this happened, I wanted to reset the settings to the initial position
Commode is fdisk Something important that command is fdisk
 

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أI want to say that I entered a command, and at the same time this happened, I wanted to reset the settings to the initial position
Commode is fdisk Something important that command is fdisk
Running fdisk normally doesn't make a Linux operating system unbootable.

If you can't remember what you did in the settings you can use your backup to restore the system or perform a fresh installation.

Did you try the tutorial for what to do at the initramfs prompt?
 

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downloaded the system as Kali on the hard disk, and after working with it, I entered a command for a few days, and it caused me this problem, and after that I was not accepted by the command.
Clearly Mr. Robot does not know what he is doing, start with Linux Mint or Ubuntu first.
 

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Clearly Mr. Robot does not know what he is doing, start with Linux Mint or Ubuntu first.
I have to agree. Kali Linux is not geared towards Linux noobs.
 
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