[SOLVED] Is it possible to Fix my Relocated Sector Count?

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If you're cloning from a failed drive, those 28 pending sectors may cause cloning to fail.
I'd just copy data manually over to the new drive.

BTW your failed drive is 3TB. New one is only 2TB.
Will all data from old drive fit into new one?
 

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If you're cloning from a failed drive, those 28 pending sectors may cause cloning to fail.
I'd just copy data manually over to the new drive.

BTW your failed drive is 3TB. New one is only 2TB.
Will all data from old drive fit into new one?

Yes. The cloning is finished successfully just now, because before buying i calculated, I needed total (1.02TB+ 545GB ) storage so 2TB was fine.
This is the Benchmark: View: https://imgur.com/U0DXTYs

Can I install games and play games on it? Will my games Run slow on this? What is your opinion. Seeing the Result?
 

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Average 145MB/s is very good result for a mechanical drive.
Games Runs Smooth As before. Thank you very much for all your help.

Last question. Should I try to fix my old drive and use it as a External Drive?
i have heard you can make any hard-drive portable if you give it some kind of jacket (From my Technician ). Should i do it? Or should i totally forget about that drive?
 

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