I ran chkdsk on a drive and when it got to stage 4 (verifying file data), this message appeared for some files:
Windows replaced bad clusters in file ###### of name \path\filename.ext
Does this mean that these files are now corrupt? I'm mainly concerned about ISOs and executables. Unfortunately, I don't have hashes of them so I have nothing to check their integrity against after chkdsk finishes running.
If it's relevant, this is a mechanical hard drive, a 2TB Western Digital Green.