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· Bad sectors are usually categorized into two broad types; Physical bad sectors and Logical bad sectors. The former type of clusters on disk need to be mapped out to continue read and write operation on disks, whereas the logical bad sectors are usually reported by the operating system due to its inability to access the cluster on hard disk.
· Here you will get two options for “Automatically fix file system errors” and “Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors”. choose one according to your need, click Start. ★★★ If the drive to be checked is in use, you may have to schedule the chkdsk at reboot. Way 3. Launch tool with free partition software.
· In Windows 7, things look a little different; when you click the Check now button, you can choose a few extra options: Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors. Selecting both will perform a thorough disk check. However, when you select the second option (surface scan), it can take quite a while.
· 2. The Drive Has Bad Sectors. Files stored on hard drives usually occupy many sectors. Sectors are the smallest units for data storage. If a sector is damaged and cannot be read or write, it is called bad sector. Bad sector can affect the formatting operation as well as the data recovery operation. What caused bad sectors?
· The Spare Block is located in logical sector 17 and contains a table of "hot fixes" and the Spare Directory Block. Under HPFS, when a bad sector is detected, the "hot fixes" entry is used to logically point to an existing good sector in place of the bad sector. This technique for handling write errors is known as hot fixing.
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