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File system in partition sdc7 is corrupted and fsck is required.

fsck -y /dev/sdc7

fsck work on disk and not on directory

your fs has too many error so the -y option is needed.

to save the output (usefull to control the content of lost+found directory at end)

script fsck.out
fsck -y /dev/sdXX
ctrl-d  (to quit)

I hope to find an older PDF that explains how to use fsck in a clear and simple way.