We recently updated our
Terms and Conditions for TechRepublic Premium.
By clicking continue, you agree to these updated terms.
Invalid email/username and password combination supplied.
An email has been sent to you with instructions on how to reset your password.
Welcome to TechRepublic!
All fields are required. Username must be unique. Password must be a minimum of 6 characters and have any 3 of the 4 items: a number (0 through 9), a special character (such as !, $, #, %), an uppercase character (A through Z) or a lowercase (a through z) character (no spaces).
only two sugestions BACK UP and REPLACE IT. or just replace it then worie about tring to fix the sectors, but either way shes going so get your stuff on some type of external storage!!!! if you dont have one, I sugest getting a cd burner ( not to expencive now days) of if you can afford it a DVD burner. I have both, and anything on any of my 5 hard drives can be found on either cd or dvd,of zip drive. I back up, or shall I say put everything on disc before I install it. and another important thing with backing up run your virus scan with latest updates befor putting on a disc, you dont want to posably infect the new drive if you have a virus!!!