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Old 11-29-2004, 09:49 AM   #1
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Default Recovering Hard Disks with Bad Blocks

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Title: Recovering Hard Disks with Bad Blocks
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Bad block or faulty sector is the name given to a damaged area on a hard disk. It is a physical problem, i. e., the hard diskís magnetic media is defective. When we run a disk utility such as Scandisk and Norton Disk Doctor ...

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Thanks for letting me know, I will fix this ASAP.
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