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A defrag routine will in no way help when there are bad blocks. In actuality, running a Defrag on a drive with bad blocks may be a bad idea.
A better idea is to simply run the Error-Checking utility in Windows, which can done by following the instructions below that I have typed:
- Open your "My Computer" window.
- Right click the "C:" drive and choose Properties
- Click the "Tools" tab
- Click the "Check now button"
- Put a check in both boxes and click Start.
That will help with the bad blocks, if there are any.
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