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after i've did low level format to my hard disk, it came out with the message said "invalid drive specification" and cannot access to this drive any more. why ? is that mean this drive damaged already ?
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If you want to delete this question, you can do so, and have your points refunded. (if you do it before someone proposes an answer)
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After you fif the low level format, you have to dot fdisk to repartition your drive, and then reformat your drive.  Because low level format will removed all the old partition(s).  You drive should be fine.

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