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hai guys i need some help..i have a Toshiba L655 and the HDD seems to have bad sectors on it, its a pretty new laptop...problem is i jus wanna format the drive but can't get it to format from OS cd, i trued using DBAN and that did not work...anyone know any other program i could use??
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If it new and already bad.... RMA it!
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i would but that's kind of hard atm as i live outside the US
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i would but that's kind of hard atm as i live outside the US
Yeah, but if a newish HDD is having issues already... I would not trust it.
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