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I have some strange filesystem damage, where some files are treated as directories. Scandisk sees no problems.

So, I would like to edit/check directory in HEX as it was in ancient times with Norton Disk Editor.

Is it possible nowadays?

I don't need to see disc sectors in raw. I wan't to see parsed filesystem structures.

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Are we talking about FAT32 or NTFS. – Ramhound Dec 6 '13 at 13:43
Any. Let it be FAT32, and if NTFS -- then better. – Dims Dec 6 '13 at 13:48

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