I would first run from the command line sudo apt-get update
and watch for errors. This problem normally occurs when a PPA or other repository has either been deleted from the Internet or otherwise rendered inaccessible. Use the command line sudo synaptic
to remove or render inactive those problem repositories or look on the Internet for solutions. Other people using the repository probably are also having that problem. After you fix the repository problem, either use Synaptic (Package Manager) 's Edit >> Fix Broken Packages option, or use the command line:
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sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get -f install
The should fix any broken packages which did not get completely installed, and you should be good to go until the next repository problem.