Well, recently I found out that I have some bad sectors in my hard drive, I found it out when I tried to partition my drive using GParted. I've ran 'chkdsk /f /r' in the command prompt inside Windows, but that did nothing at all.
I've downloaded the Seagate Tools (Seagate Diagnostic Tool) from the Seagate website, and I'm wondering will that do any good? I'm not going to try it until SUSE downloads incase I lose it.
I'll post what chkdsk throws back at me.
78140128 KB total disk space
12878160 KB in 32512 files
9956 KB in 3086 indexes
4 KB in bad sectors
138608 KB in use by the system
65536 KB occupied by the log file
65113400 KB available on the disk
4096 bytes in each allocation unit
19535032 total allocation units on disk
16278350 allocationunits available on disk
It also tells me to run chkdsk with the /f parameter, but I have so 3 times! And as I said, no luck!