secondary hard drive, how to fix it with scandisk ?

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k , i got 2 hard drives, like i said before, this harddrive takes 5mins to load and slows the f*** down on the system, so if i use scandisk to fix ,
wat do i type when its prompted @ this screen @ boot "a:/" ?
cant type scandisk/autofix right ?
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k when i use a program called "HDD Regenerator 1.42 " it says it scans for bad sectors are repairs them, but it couldnt find my 2nd hard drive..
how to make it so it will find the 2nd hard disk and scans it ?
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are they both NFTS?
remember, FAT cannot detect NFTS, but nfts can... :/
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well the 1st drive( 2 parts, 1is fat32 , 1 is NTFS) 2nd drive has 1 part NTFS.
how to make it so it will detect it ?
or should i change the drives manually by switching the 2 inside my pc...
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which program are you using to scan the drives? and this program, runs off which partition the fat, the NFTS?
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the program is HDD Regenerator 1.42 , got it from
http://www.hotlib.com
oh ya wat u mean by which run offs "fat 32 or ntfs " ???

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