1. Joined : Jan 2016
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       23 Apr 2016 #1

    macrium reflect relocated sector count

    I have a disc with 20010 (hex) relocated sector counts (read via crystaldiskinfo)
    What happens if I take an image with macrium reflect and restore the image on a new disk: will the relocated sector count exist again on the new disk?
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  2. Joined : Jul 2014
    Posts : 7,002
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       23 Apr 2016 #2

    No it will not. It's a function of disk's firmware.
    Relocated sectors are sectors firmware deemed about to fail and data from them is moved by firmware to a spare portion of disk. It could happen to HDDs and SSDs alike.
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