Read error 5; strange behavior now likely! But the most usefull I got to in the end: But it was me who caused those bad sectors: It’s extremely unlikely that merely shutting of the NAS will have damaged the disk. You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
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Drivers are defined as Linux native drivers, so no Linuxant driverloader or Ndiswrapper. Ws access disk, partition table broken Ask Question. SCT Feature Control supported. Sign up using Email and Password. It might also force the hard drive’s onboard firmware to reallocate bad sectors from its spare sector pool so that you can continue using the drive.
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dd Therefore the partition table has nothing to do with it. When I try to create a new partition, I get an error with no partition table.
I ran it for about sectors, and for each block it counted the output was: Do you want to proceed? Thank you for your tips! Conveyance self-test routine recommended polling time: I checked with another cable with no luck, it cannot be the compuer or the cable as I tested with a cable that worked with another drive.
I will post it in a answer since it does not fit here.
I did not find any kern. Driver is under development, see http: That could have left the data on the disk in an inconsistent state, but it wouldn’t have made the disk unreadable. Aborting write of new partition table.
Offline data collection capabilities: Driver available from http: Unable to save backup partition table! Offline surface scan supported.
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Driver in mainline kernel since 2. You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility. So whatever is wrong isn’t due to the aborted installation attempt. So you have a defective disk. Gilles k Tx power 17 dBm; bit WEP; driver available at: Sat Sep 29 Tx power 17 dBm; driver available at: After scanning selected spans, do NOT read-scan remainder of disk.
This list is a work in progress, it should give you an indication of what is supported, it is by no means guaranteed that it should work for you!