A bad cluster to my knowledge is a bad spot in the actual physical hard disk and as far as I know there is no way to fix it you can still use the drive it just will be a little smaller. The only way I know to repair this is to replace it.
Nothing now. My computer was rebooting by itself all the time, giving me memory dump errors, and all kinds of crazy errors. So, I just deleted the partition. I was triple booting Win2k, Win XP and Win 98.
Yeah, I did that, and still it didn't work. But I did try to install win xp not win98. Oh well, I think that the disk might be under warranty anyway. I'll just buy another drive, wait till my old comes back, and have even more room.
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