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Bad Sectors on HD

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I have a 8.4GB Hard Disk and with bad sectors. Can I get rid of them permanently?
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If you are coming up with bad sectors on a hard drive, you may be out of luck. You may want to try and fdisk and format the drive, but of course this is going to reset the factory defaults and may not correct itself.
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I tried your advice so I will learn to live with them. Thanks again.
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