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It's either the interface on the pi, the enclosure interface/controller, or the drive itself. 1 - Try connecting to something else and see if you see the same issues. 2 - Remove the drive and mount in a PC. I would start by looking at the SMART table and running diags.
The reason you are having issues is that you are breaking the license agreement by using the same license key on both physical and virtual systems. You might be able to bypass this problem with Sysprep, or similar tool. Disk are fine for backups, but not in the way you are using it.
Which mounts a system will perform on startup is defined in the file /etc/fstab, so you will need to define your mount here to make it persistant over a reboot. man fstab should give you all information needed.
After starting your computer, in the GRUB menu, choose the regular configuration and press e. It will then prompt you for extra parameters and you put rw and press ENTER. This will override the problem you created and you will then be able to go fix it. If you don't get the GRUB menu when you boot, hold SHIFT when the system is about to start.
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