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DriveLetterView problem

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:41 pm
by Debugger

Drive Letter Drive Type Drive Name Drive Description Connected Instance ID Device Path Physical Drive Name Bus Type Last Update Time File System Volume Name Volume Serial Number Free Space Total Size % Free Space Cluster Size Product String Product Revision Vendor String Serial Number
L:\ Local Hardware WDC Stacja dysków Yes SCSI\Disk&Ven\4&268c595a&0&050000 \Device\HarddiskVolume15 \\?\PhysicalDrive2 SATA 12-01-19 19:53:10 NTFS DYSK L 87D83800 365.78 GB 365.88 GB 100.0% 4096

Hard Disk Sentinel Proffessional Image

So there are differences, and I still do not know what HD2 Disk ID: 7 means, because it's completely different ID :( :( :(

Re: DriveLetterView problem

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:19 pm
by Debugger
I know it's the letter from the L partition (just a guess) and I've fixed the unstable LOGICAL (nonphysical) sectors in "free SPACE". But what to do in the future if I have a similar problem???
I do not want to scan the entire drive of several Terayte to find unstable sectors that can quickly find a particular partition. Everyone knows that scanning and trying to copy small files to disk takes a lot of time. checking each sector on hard drive for bad sectors and resolving the issues with area having bad sectors is not only time consuming but cumbersome as well. Scanning individual partitions takes much less time and saves unnecessary copying time. That was in my case.