Quote: Originally Posted by Taccun
I'm wanting to know what I should do now. Is there anything I can do to kill these bad sectors and ensure my hard drive to stay proper?
The first thing you can do, is run a chkdsk /R
from an elevated command prompt. You will be prompted as to whether you wish to schedule a disk scan at the next bootup - you should answer "Y".
At next bootup, chkdsk will run and located bad sectors, and then mark them such that information will not be written to them.
You should also run Crystal Disk Info
to produce a general report of the health status of your disk.