I have a question about identifying a file on a bad sector. My system: Sony Vaio Desktop, Pentium 4, 3.2 GHz, 2GB Ram, XP Media Center SP2 Internal Hard Disks (2): Western Digital Caviar 200 GB Master:.... MBR, 6 GB Size (as reported by TI10) ...............Partition C: 39 GB Size, 14.3 GB in use for system and programs ...............Partition D: 141 GB Size, 14.2 GB in use for data files Slave:.......Partition E: 186 GB Size, 59.4 GB in use for data files External Hard Disk: Seagate 200 GB, NTFS, USB2 on motherboard port ...............Used for data Backups and TI10 Images External Hard Disk: Seagate 300 GB, NTFS, USB2 on motherboard port ...............Used for video files and editing I am using Acronis TI10 to make a complete image of my master hard disk. I have done the imaging process three times with the following results: 1st Try) Used TI10 in Windows to image complete master hard disk: ............“Failed to Read” sectors 17,758,568 and 17,759,304 2nd Try) Used TI10 from its boot disk to image complete master hard disk: ............“Failed to Read” sectors 17,758,573 and 17,759,311 3rd Try) Used TI10 from its boot disk to make images of each partition of the master hard disk: ............ MBR: No errors ............ Partition C: “Failed to Read” sectors 17,758,573 and 17,759,311 ............ Partition D: No errors I’m assuming that the difference in the bad sector numbers between the TI10 Windows and TI10 Boot programs is because they count sectors differently. With each of the “Failed to Read” errors I selected “Retry” approximately 20 times before choosing “Ignore” and the imaging processes completed and verified in each case without further errors. I download and ran Western Digital’s diagnostic program and it reports a failure of the drive. So I am going to replace that drive with a new one and restore one of the images above to the new drive. The problem is that one (or possibly two) of the files in the image that will be restored to the “C” partition has imbedded errors from the defective sectors. The “C” partition contains only system and program files so those errors may be causing the occasional random lock-up problems I now have with the computer. After the new hard drive is installed and restored I want to replace the bad file with a known good copy of the file from another source. But in order to do that I need to know which file to replace. So my question is: How can I determine which file resides on the bad sectors that TI10 has identified? Thank you for any help you can give me on this question or perhaps suggest a different approach.