Bad sectors on the HARD disk in cell A10 satellite

Hi all... I use Win XP on an A10 Satellite with 512 MB of Ram.
The problem is that my pc is too slow after a format I did yesterday.

After checking the hard drive found some bad sectors... do I have to replace the drive hard and how can I do?
Do you know how much GB disk can use? Are there restrictions? Thank you!

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If your HARD drive is not dead then you need not to replace the HARD drive.
Bad sectors can be repaired easily.

I would recommend doing this;
Start the console with the command: CMD
You can then use the command chkdsk/p/r

This should help.
There are a lot of programs that could help to repair the HARD drive.
Google for "HARD drive repair", "HDDBadSectorRepair. The two applications are useful.

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