Do hard drives the bad sectors after format?

If you decide to format your hard drive, you may wonder if it will remember bad files after formatting. (damaged sectors).

Hard disk sectors

Assuming that the configuration of the disk is NTFS, that is, the most common in our time, then the answer is yes, the disk remembers the bad .

A domain is considered damaged when it is not accessible. Information about the damaged domains is stored in a specific file ($ BadClus) but is deleted after the format.

Από κει και μετά εξαρτάται από το μοντέλο του σκληρού δίσκου, αλλά οι πλέον σύγχρονοι εντοπίζουν αυτόματα και μαρκάρουν τους κατεστραμμένους τομείς, με αποτέλεσμα το λειτουργικό σύστημα να μην γνωρίζει καν ότι υπάρχουν στο δίσκο. Σε αυτή την περίπτωση, το λειτουργικό σύστημα δεν μπορεί να επηρεάσει την εσωτερική κατα of the disc.

In fact, a format might "clear" whether a problematic sector is corrupted or not, and give you back sectors that seemed corrupted but were not, but you will not be able to recover the really corrupted sectors by formatting the disk.

But remember that bad sectors on hard drives are usually a good thing to replace them, in order not to lose your data, since the format will not stop the sliding progress of your disk. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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