Bad sectors on external usb HDD Tags: Hard Drives External USB Storage Last response: August 23, 2012 8:09 AM in Storage Share FiremanNewFr August 22, 2012 1:28:34 PM I have Bad sectors on external usb HDD I tried to fix it (chkdsk, Low level format) to use the remainding capability but it didn't work Do you have a solution ? Thanks More about : bad sectors external usb hdd Dr_JRE a b G Storage August 23, 2012 6:28:25 AM The drive is failing. at some point the corruption could stop (defect in the disk) but there is no guaranty that this will end. It could also be that the drive it's self is fine, but is sustaining shock damage from being moved / transported. m 0 l plasmastorm August 23, 2012 8:09:38 AM There's 1 solution, get a new drive and transfer your data to it. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources WD Usb3 External HDD - bad sectors ? unable to copy some files Forum SolvedBad Sectors in External HDD Forum External HDD suddenly filled with bad sectors Forum Seagate 500GB external usb drive, spinrite, logical bad sectors Forum My WD passport 1 TB external disk failure due to "Too many bad sectors detected" Forum SolvedRecover data off a HDD with bad sectors Forum Can bad cable cause bad sectors in HDD? Forum Solvedwhy any hdd i install to my laptop shows bad sectors? Forum Solvedcan you fix bad sectors on HDD? Forum I have two bad sectors on my external Drive How do copy my information Forum SolvedHDD bad sectors Forum SolvedNew Hdd Bad Sectors Forum SolvedI recieved my wd caviar black hdd with bad sectors Forum Bad Sectors on HDD Forum Solvedhow to deal with bad sectors on my wd internal hdd? Forum SolvedBad Sectors in HDD- WD Blue Caviar Forum SolvedHELP! HDD damaged or bad sectors? Forum SolvedWD MyBook 2TB USB 3.0 Bad Sectors Forum SolvedToo many bad sectors in my HDD. Is this the time for RMA? Forum SolvedRepair BAD Sectors or Buy a new HDD? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !