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Sir,
Bad sector removing is difficult task to remove /find. u can't solve bad sector harddisk. first go to run and type CHKDSK and check how the disk was or % of bad sector. the chkdsk command will solve badsector automatically. if not solves better to buy a new one or using the hdd with bad sector it not a problem

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SOURCE: "no boot sector on internal hard drive"

i think you need to re-install your Operating System again since you got a new HDD wich is tottaly empty i assume so try to install your OS on the new HDD

let me know if it helped
greetings

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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