Originally Posted by mickael28
Any other idea with the info provided?
your fsck fails due to fstab entry and fsck.auto missing
you could try these commands:
mount -o remount,ro /intsdcard
usually it would be /dev/loop0 and not /dev/block/loop0 - no space before the 0 like you posted
fsck.vfat may also be named dosfsck or fsck.msdos or fsck -t vfat
and then reboot the device
If this filesystem is exposed via USB, you can also fsck the device on a [Linux] PC.