Freebsd mountroot error 19

What is ‘Freebsd mountroot error 19’?

Freebsd mountroot error 19 is an error that may occur when your FreeBSD bootable device is not the exact same copy of the image. It may also occur when the bootable device is corrupted or has a missing file.

 

How can you fix ‘Freebsd mountroot error 19’?

Some of the common fixes include:

  • Recreating your bootable device

 

Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.

Staff Asked on September 20, 2017 in Linux.
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Solution 1. Recreate your bootable device

“Freebsd mountroot error 19” may occur when your FreeBSD bootable device is not the exact copy of the image or the bootable device has a missing file or is corrupted.

Try to create a new bootable device using software that can exactly duplicate an image of the installer or ISO to your bootable devices such as CD/ DVD or USB. You could use Rufus software to duplicate the installer or ISO to your bootable device, see link here.

NOTE: Make sure your bootable device is not faulty because this may cause the error again.

Staff Answered on June 12, 2018.
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