My Debian (Wheezy) server has been running smoothly for a very long time with no indications of any problems. I had it running 24/7 so it was always on. The other day my power went out and when I tired to turn it back on, it freezes during it's boot process. I Googled the issue but the responses were way over my head. I am extremely new to debian/linux/unix/CLI. I booted into Ubuntu from a USB and mounted the hard drive and so I saw that all my files were there and not corrupt but I still can't boot into it normally. Below I have included a picture of what the server is saying. It stays at this screen forever.
I don't think the mount failed is the cause, that is just because I removed a hard drive that was mounted. Before I removed that drive it was still hanging at this step. Does anyone know if I can fix this? Again I am very new to all of this so if possible, try to keep everything basic.
Thank You so much!
P.S. If I am in a position that I can't fix this, could I backup the files, re-install Debian and copy the files back over?