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How to fix a bad LBA?

new hard drive. The surface of hard drives is divided into sectors and blocks. An LBA is a block. Back up what you can and then swap drives.

Mar 02, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Lba 234441648

Each LBA unit is 512 bytes.
So, 234441648 LBA units is about 120 gigabytes.

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Lba 234441648

trying using another port

Sep 12, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Convert lba to cyl, head, sector

The problem with CYL/HEAD/SECTORS is that disk-drives have gotten *MUCH* too large -- the limited size of each field mean that a new scheme, namely LBA (Logical Block Addressing) had to be created to deal with disk-drives that are 1000 times too large (4 Terabytes versus old 4 Gigabytes).

So, if you have 312,500,000 sectors,
and each sector is 0.5 Kilobytes,
you have 156,250,000 Kbytes,
or 156,250 Mbytes,
or 156 Gigabytes.

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Either your keyboard is malfunctioning, or you have used the abbrevation for 'Logical Block Addressing' -- a scheme to access disk-drives that either have more than 1024 cylinders or 64 heads or 256 sectors, i.e., any disk larger than 8GB.

Oct 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hai Can u please inform me How to change LBA

First, backup all your data files, because changing LBA mode will "scramble" all your files. All of them. Permanently.

Second, are you _really_ sure that changing LBA mode is the *answer* to your problem?

What is the problem that you want to solve?

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Windows does not see full size of new Hard drive

Is your disk correctly partitioned?

  1. Right-click My Computer.
  2. Click Manage.
  3. Click Disk Management.
Find your newly installed disk and see if there is any unpartitioned space on it. If there is, just create a new partition, or delete the previous one so you can create the partition which will consume full size of the disk.

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N600c's bios can't support 48-bit lba?

It depends what you want to use the laptop for but Windows XP SP2 (Disk needs Service Pack integrated), Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PC's and Windows Vista and Windows 7 will correctly address a hard drive within a machine that has the 137gb 48bit LBA problem.

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LBA Parameters (none exsistent)!

on the hard drive there is always information abt.the hard drive so i will advice you to setup the hard drive manually and if symptoms still persist a new hard drive will hav to come in

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