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Event 7 Bad block in HDD but normal SMART?

  1. #31


    There you go again, giving documentation which doesn't say anything about bad sectors
    EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It proves my point!

    YOU CLAIMED DiskPart marked bad sectors. The documentation showing what DiskPart does proves you were wrong - again. You have provided no documentation for any product that claims to remap bad describes - as you claimed. Links to other forum posters is not documentation.

    Now this is your thread, and you can run it OT if you want. I will no longer be apart of this discussion.

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  2. #32


    Posts : 191
    Windows 8.1 (Update 1) Pro 64 bit


    Quote Originally Posted by RolandJS View Post
    If I remember hddguru forum posters correctly, marking bad sectors and attempting to relocate data into known good sectors is a hard-drive controller function, not a softwre function. I think even Spinrite simply "hands off" that task to the hard-drive controller. I might be remembering this wrong -- so please let me know the hddguru thread[s] that give the truth of the matter.
    If that's true, perhaps zero-writing does that too by handing that task off to the hard-drive controller? Since trying to overwrite bad sectors usually follows by remapping them?
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  3. #33


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    Windows 8.1 (Update 1) Pro 64 bit


    Quote Originally Posted by Itaregid View Post
    There you go again, giving documentation which doesn't say anything about bad sectors
    EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It proves my point!

    YOU CLAIMED DiskPart marked bad sectors. The documentation showing what DiskPart does proves you were wrong - again. You have provided no documentation for any product that claims to remap bad describes - as you claimed. Links to other forum posters is not documentation.

    Now this is your thread, and you can run it OT if you want. I will no longer be apart of this discussion.
    Great! Twist the meaning of my words yet again, just as you say that my links don't say anything about zero-writing! Did you even read my post about why they DON'T mention it?? How does it prove your point when it's not even discussing the matter?? Again, did you even explain the supporting experience me and others have encountered?

    Seeing how you're dealing with posts, it is perhaps way better that you're not a part of this discussion.
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  4. #34


    I didn't twist your words, I quoted them!

    And my link went to the official documentation. Your links just went to other posters. I didn't ask you to believe me so I showed you the official docs for DiskPart proving you were wrong. I showed you what Format does. I showed you DBAN and Erasure. But you don't even believe the official documentation! So you are right. Since you like to make things up and not believe the "official" facts, it is better I not participate further.
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  5. #35


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    Quote Originally Posted by Itaregid View Post
    I didn't twist your words, I quoted them!

    And my link went to the official documentation. Your links just went to other posters. I didn't ask you to believe me so I showed you the official docs for DiskPart proving you were wrong. I showed you what Format does. I showed you DBAN and Erasure. But you don't even believe the official documentation! So you are right. Since you like to make things up and not believe the "official" facts, it is better I not participate further.
    Wow, for the TENTH time I DIDN'T deny what they all describe! Please read posts and articles better for your own sake! They don't mention anything about what we're debating and you're considering that as a support and proof. READ what I'm saying!

    I showed you people, including me, who are experiencing my statement after a zero-write. I showed you people, including expertises, who are explaining these experiences by my statement. I explained you how bad sectors work and how they get remapped which supports that Pending Sectors goes to 0 and Reallocation sectors going up AFTER a zero-write. And yet you still haven't explained all this.

    All I'm doing here is having to repeat everything I say because you're just too stubborn to get what I mean. It is truely useless and sad to talk to you.

    I'm done here.
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  6. #36


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    Posts : 638
    Windows 7 Pro 64bit [MS blue-disk set]


    I lost track. What was the original problem set that launched this thread?, And, was that original problem set ever resolved, fixed?
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