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    Default HDD Dying???

    I've two 2HDDs on my desktop. today i was some files from one hdd to another, at some point windows rebooted automatically. During boot, chkdsk showed the source drive has 40KB on bad sector. I thought it may be logical, so i tried formatting, zero filling with 3rd party soft. And each time after formatting, everything seems ok, but then windows reboots & again that chkdsk 中中. And zero filling also fails after it reaches 100% and windows reboot. So, now I've deleted the partition and kept the space as unallocated. There is another primary (also boot) partition on that disk. Is it also in danger??
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    Try to do Low Level format the affected drive. It might solve the problem.

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    Might as well Arrange a Funeral for your HDD.

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