Can I use HDD with beaten sectors as a media partition?

Hello.
Say, can there be glitches in the system, if you use a hdd with beaten sectors as a media partition? Ie, no executable files, just for example, books, movies. For the rest of the ssd will be used.
Thank you.
June 3rd 19 at 19:24
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June 3rd 19 at 19:26
Solution
be prepared to lose data at any time
and use it well
tell hard drive dies immediately or is there a time when you can still pull the data? - rex_Hean commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:29
According to various happen often as you have - slowly at first appear bhed then it stops will be determined.
Sometimes that once - perfect disk works without problems, no detectors, and in half an hour full body.
Data in many cases manages to pull it off even with the dead drive if they are important, but not always, no guarantees.
But we must understand that it is not cheap - and worth at least ten times more expensive than a new good drive. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:32
very much differently.
but:

broken sector on the disk is always there.
even on a new.

but they are not visible - they are in the "reserve of vitality".
when broken sectors become visible - this means that the reserve is exhausted.

and die who knows when.

however with the SSD the same way. there is also a reserve of survivability and SSD and HDD to have a size larger than is available to the user. the difference is used to provide hot replacement of damaged areas to live. - Zoey_Oberbrunner6 commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:35
June 3rd 19 at 19:28
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can there be glitches in the system, if you use a hdd with beaten sectors as a media partition?

With this approach, I would have paid attention to how you use the app, stumbling on broken(-e) block.

And so, under their responsibility, with their data, of course, can use.

If it is on the disk nothing, can additionally take R. tester and start at first record in the entire volume (destroy the data), and then reads the entire drive.
It will be a normal "stress test" on the drive at the same time see if he can handle it at all. In the future can also use R. the tester to monitor the health of the disk.
June 3rd 19 at 19:30
Solution
Of course you can, but just be prepared for the fact that the data will be lost. If after normal use comes and sees that your collection of photos/videos/music are gone (or part of) that we shouldn't be surprised.

In General, broken sector can be at the software level. Not the fact that the disk is killed. But if you are sure that the drive is killed, then he actually killed. Personally, I wouldn't put in a media server burn CDs.

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