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  1. Hi Guys, this week i got my first damage error via launchpad notification from my system SSD (Kingston 60GB). There were not much free space on it since months, so i was planning to swap it with a bigger one (WD 240GB) in any case. After file scan there was only one file damaged, which was not important, so i deleted it, run chkdsk /f on it and clone the whole partitions to a newer bigger SSD. Actually everything is working fine but the damage message is still present in launchpad's notification window and the old kingston drive is unplugged lying in the cubboard. I know from other launchpad messages that there are some error mesages which will not be reset immediatelly and are shown for days after the reason is already solved/gone. How long are damage error(s) present in launchpads warning display/window? Version-Info: Scanner v2.5.3.3191
  2. I have new drives (two 8tb reds + 4 2tb red pros) and so far the scanner is green on everything. EXCEPT 1 drive is all blue. Apparently that means " This block was scanned as part of an ongoing disk surface scan." What exactly does that mean? Also, scanner will not stop scanning this drive and has taken over 24 hours to get to 85%. Should I be concerned?
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