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The LBA is just another name for sector. Based solely on the information we know you have 1 bad sector. You need to find the total number of bad sectors in order to know what condition the hard drive is in. 1 bad sector is hardly the end of the world, but more will following over the coming years. The total number and rate at which the occur tells you ...


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Current, Worst, Threshold are normalized values as opposed to Raw Values. HDD has 0xFB3 (4019) reallocated sectors, which yields a normalized current score of 2, way below the threshold of 36. Raw Values as returned by internal sensors/counters. HDD has 0xB (11) sectors pending reallocation. Good Question! My guess is that these attributes might not be ...


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Because the actual value of reallocated sectors is 4019 (it is the raw value that represents the count of the bad sectors that have been found and remapped), which exceeds flag value 2 (which is 36) by a lot. FB3 is 4019 in HEX. Because the actual value (hex:B = 11) is not close to 100, more specifically, in your case, 100-11 is not close to 0, yet. See 5. (...



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