Trying to mount /home on a second drive - working before - not working now

So, I had to reinstall the other day and for years I have run / on my SSD and /home has been on a separate HDD.

For some reason, I now can’t mount my /home and the boot fails. This is my fstab

# /dev/sdb2
UUID=6ba343b4-c0be-4511-90f3-cd870a988bfa	/         	ext4     rw,relatime	0 1

# /dev/sdb1
UUID=2547-6C95      						/boot     	vfat     defaults	0 2

# /dev/sdd1
UUID=0fe1cbc5-da0d-4e2f-8457-2a858bb78a1e /home 		ext4 defaults,noatime 0 2

# Music
UUID=19fb7c03-e065-4b28-bb2f-19fca9a64b0a	/run/media/dobbie/Music    ext4 	rw 0 0

Nothing has changed since the previous install except that /boot formatted as vfat. All the UUID’s match. I’m not quite sure what is going on.

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That’s the error I am getting at boot then it drops me into an emergency shell.

Any help or advice is appreciated.

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So I ran sudo fsck -f /dev/sdd1 and this corrected some issues with the drive. All working as it should be now.

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Cool, was that because it was formatted as vfat! Nothing special was done beside it !

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No my system wouldn’t reboot beyond the MoBo splash so I did a reinstall. It seems it just need a realignment.

Oh, thx for the comeback @Dobbie03