Tagged: fdisk

USB Linux Wipe Format Ext2 Filesystem

Find the correct device fdisk -l Unmount the device unmount /dev/sdc Wipe the device (handles bad blocks too) dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdc bs=4k Format device mke2fs /dev/sdc1 Make a mount point mkdir /mnt/memstick Mount the device mount /dev/sdc1 /mnt/memstick

Mark Bad Blocks Check Hard Drive Linux

Which disk? sudo fdisk -l Non-destructive read-write test If you want to preserve your data try this first sudo badblocks -svn /dev/sdb smartmon Check to see if your fix worked sudo apt-get install smartmontools sudo smartctl –all /dev/sdb sudo smartctl -A /dev/sdb sudo smartctl -a /dev/sdb | grep -i reallocated Use DD to automatically mark bad blocks – destructive if...

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