|I gave the wrong example (I should not have put the partition reference).|
I want to know how to view the file name (or whatever the contents referenced) in a disk sector (not a partition sector).
How do I use NFI to reference the disk sector?
I tried both of your examples with the following results (I may be wrong on the drive number):
nfi \Device\HarddiskVolume1 6160466
***Physical sector 6160466 (0x5e0052) is not in any partition on \Device\HarddiskVolume1, or \Device\HarddiskVolume1 is not a legal device name.
nfi \Device\Harddisk1 6160466
***Physical sector 6160466 (0x5e0052) is not in any partition on \Device\Harddisk1, or \Device\Harddisk1 is not a legal device name.
I have a disk testing program that discovered bad sectors: the program reports both the disk sector and the partition sector:
Event: All data was completely recovered from this damaged sector
Drive Sector: 6160466
Partition Sector: 6160403
According to the Disk Manager, the disk is:
IDE (Port:0, Target ID:1, LUN:0)
Primary IDE Channel
Disk 1 has drive letters P: and Q:
nfi P: 6160403
***Logical sector 6160403 (0x5e0013) on drive P is in file number 2.
Log File ($LogFile)
logical sectors 6160368-6291439 (0x5dfff0-0x5fffef)