What is it that you are attempting to do?
First you show us some text obtained while attempting
to run fsck on the loop device,
claiming that this was obtained from a 1TB file-system that
was destroyed by Linux. Then you spend several days telling us
that linux is no good. Enough is enough.
If you had a 1TB file-system and you knew anything about Unix or
Linux, it would have been fixed by now
-- and BTW, samba can't
destroy a file-system, no matter how many files were open.
The worse possible situation is that files, open for write, may
not be completely written and this only for files that were
being created or extended. You still have the original file-data
and all the rest of the files on your file system.
Another point... ext3 is a journaled file-system. Even when
forced off by hitting the reset switch, ext3 will quietly
announce "recovering from journal" and mount just fine.