Bad sectors and bad clusters.
by christy - 10/29/07 7:25 AM
chkdsk found bad clusters on my HD, and replaced them. Am I right to understand that this refers to the file system, and no harm has happened as compared to bad sectors being found, where a defect has been discovered, which is marked so that no further data can be written; in which case, free space will be reduced (e.g. when I delete the partition and then recreate it) ? Thanks.