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Centos 7 doesn’t boot after a forced power off

I had to power off the computer by unplugging the electricity plug.
Now Centos 7 boots only in the Emergency mode asking me to check `journalctl -xb’.

Inside, there are some red lines such as:

  • Failed to mount /boot.efi
  • Failed to mount RPC Pipe File System.

How can I fix all those to be able to boot correctly? IS it still trustable? Should I reinstall it?

When I try to systemctl default, I get Authorization not available. Check if polkit service is running or see debug message or more information.

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