Usually, you can't. The scandisk program marks them, so you don't put GOOD data there.
If you have LOTs of bad sections, and get more.... Your disk may be getting worse. It would be a good idea to MAKE BACKUPS now, so you do not lose anything important.
If you are technically savvy, then locate your RESTORE disk. Look at every program and every scrap of data that you have. Then RUN to STAPLES and buy a replacement disk.
When you install the new disk, leave the old one out at first. use the RESTORE disk and set things up again. install all of the programs that you bought earlier. When everything is looking good.... (turn off power) install your old disk as a SLAVE, and attempt to copy your data from the old drive to the new drive. But I mean only the Data. Do not attempt to copy the programs.... They must be installed.
Plan for about 4 hours to get things right again.
· 1 decade ago