Sector Slipping - Example


Logical Sectors Physical Sectors Pre Low-Level Format 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 7 Logical Sectors Physical Sectors Post Low-Level Format 0 -------> 0 1 -------> 1 2 -------> 2 3 (Bad) 3 -------> 4 5 (Bad) 4 -------> 6 5 -------> 7

In this example, physical sectors 3 and 5 were found to be bad. The sectors were then slipped down to allow for the logical sectors to be placed in sequential order on good sectors. Sector 3 was slipped down to 4 and sector 4 was slipped down to 6. The rest of the sectors were slipped down to the remaining spare sectors: Sector 4 to 6 and sector 5 to 7.

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