Monday, December 16, 2013

Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 1


Bad sectors can happen any time. Bad sectors on the disk, has a varied pattern. Based on the various cases I have ever met, bad sectors are grouped into eight cases. Methods used in each case is different. Here is eight cases of bad sectors.

Eight cases of bad sectors

Case No.1

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Found bad on drive C
  • The characteristics = Windows XP (blue screen of death STOP: 0x0000000A or STOP: 0x000000F4), on Windows 7 (error message; Status: 0xc00000e9)
  • The number of bad sectors = one or two bad found
  • File system drive C = unknown
  • File system drive D, E = NTFS/FAT32
  • Operating system = corrupt

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 2

Case No.2

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Bad sectors on drive D or E
  • The characteristics = when the computer is turned on, always appear check disk
  • The number of bad sectors = one or two bad found
  • File system drive C, D, E = NTFS/FAT32
  • Operating system = normal




About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 3

Case No.3

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Bad sectors on drive C
  • The characteristics = Windows XP (blue screen of death STOP: 0x0000000A or STOP: 0x000000F4), Windows 7 (error message; status: 0xc00000e9)
  • The number of bad sectors = less than 100 (<100 bad found)
  • File system drive is C = unknown
  • File system drive D, E = NTFS/FAT32
  • Operating system = corrupt

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 4

Case No.4

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Bad sectors on drive C
  • The characteristics = Windows XP (blue screen of death STOP: 0x0000000A or STOP: 0x000000F4), Windows 7 (error message; status: 0xc00000e9)
  • The number of bad sectors = more than 100 (>100 bad found)
  • File system drive C = unknown
  • File system drive D, E = normal (FAT32/NTFS)
  • Operating system = corrupt

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 5

Case No.5

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Bad sectors on drive C and D
  • The characteristics = Windows XP (blue screen of death STOP: 0x0000000A or STOP: 0x000000F4), Windows 7 (error message; status: 0xc00000e9)
  • The number of bad sectors = more than 100 (>100 bad found)
  • File system drive C = unknown, file system drives D, E = FAT32/NTFS, or
  • File system drive C, D = unknown, E = FAT32/NTFS
  • Operating system = corrupt

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 6

Case No.6

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Bad sectors on drive C, D, E
  • The characteristics = Windows XP (blue screen of death STOP: 0x0000000A or STOP: 0x000000F4), Windows 7 (error message; state: 0xc00000e9)
  • The number of bad sectors = more than 100 (>100 bad found)
  • File system drive C = unknown, file system drives D, E = FAT32/NTFS, or
  • File system drive C, D = unknown, E = FAT32/NTFS, or
  • File system drive C, D, E = unknown
  • Operating system = corrupt

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 7

Case No.7

Condition
  • Operating system on drive C
  • Bad sectors on drive D, E
  • The characteristics = Windows XP (blue screen of death STOP: 0x0000000A or STOP: 0x000000F4), Windows 7 (error message; state: 0xc00000e9)
  • The number of bad sectors = more than 100 (>100 bad found)
  • File system drive C, D = NTFS/FAT32, file system drive E = unknown, or
  • File system drive is C = NTFS/FAT32, file system drives D, E = unknown
  • Operating system = corrupt / normal

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be read here Repair Hard Drive Bad Sector 8 (under construct)

Case No.8

Condition
  • SMART Failure Predicted on Hard Disk
  • The number of bad sectors = more than 100 (>100 bad found)
  • Operating system = corrupt
  • Immediately back up your data and replace your hard disk drive. A failure may be imminent.

About this case, damage analysis, and solution, can be watch here

How to Fix SMART Failure Predicted on Hard Disk 


The purpose of repair drive bad sector is to save the data. Rescued data from the drive bad, it is a very difficult job, and requires patience. If the data was saved, there are two possibilities that we can do;
  1. Buying a new drive as a replacement, or
  2. Fix the drive, followed by a feasibility study (after repair, the drive is still feasible to use or not)
Damage to the disk does not happen quickly, but through several stages. When damage occurs, system will give a warning. If the warning can be translated very well, hard disk damage can be prevented. Thanks.

3 comments:

  1. It is very important to repair the hard drive as it affects the speed and performance of the system.

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  2. Really, facing corrupted or failed hard drive issue puts users in panic moment but need not to worry as using Data Recovery Software you can easily get them back.

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