copying a disk with ignoring errors
kuku at kukulies.org
Tue Jan 12 09:12:15 UTC 2010
Allow me to continue this thread with a question about a method to erase
a disk that has bad sectors.
I bought a 1TB hard disk and will do the recoverdisk job soon. Then the
disk, a Seagate which is still under warranty
until 2013 as my local distributor told me, will go back and hopefully
I'll be getting a replacement in a few weeks.
But before I'll giv back that disk I would like to erase the disk
Now, is the a way to do that in the opposite direction? Would
Christoph Kukulies schrieb:
> Thanks to all.
> was the one, indeed. phk was the original author. And that was the one
> that already helped me once.
> Maybe I could have searched the archives also and would have been
> able to find that previous message a couple of years ago.
> I also found by searching archives, that ffsrecov, now ffs2recov,
> might be a tool for partially recovering a disk.
> Mike Tancsa schrieb:
>> At 08:30 PM 1/5/2010, Polytropon wrote:
>> This one worked for me to recover my mum's borked Windows XP HD. It
>> was able to recover enough, that I only needed to find one missing
>> dll. Prior to that, it wouldnt even boot up getting stuck on the
>> failing parts of the disk.
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