KillDisk has a broad capabilities to handle errors encountered during
continuous disk processing. This is an advanced preference that allows for the
configuration of KillDisk's error handling of continuous
Error handling attributes
allows you to select one of three ways to handle Read/Write Errors:
- Abort entire disk group processing
- This means that if you're running a batch erase and one of the disks has
errors, the erase process for ALL the disks in the batch will be
- Abort only failed disk from group processing
- This is the suggested setting. Failed disks will return an error and
terminate the erase process, but other disks in the batch will not be
interrupted from completing the erase operation.
- Ignore error for disk grouping
- Ignores the read/write error and continues erasing wherever is possible on
the disk. No active or forth going operations are terminated.
- Terminate process after number of errors
- Sets the error threshold to a certain amount before the disk operation is
terminated and deemed unsuccessful.
- Number of Read/Write attempts
- Sets the number of attempts KillDisk make to perform an operation when an
error is encountered.
- Sectors to skip after detection of a bad sector
- Sets the number of sectors ignored by the software when bad sectors are
- Use disk lock
- Locks disks from being used by any other applications.
- Ignore disk lock errors
- Errors encountered with KillDisk not being able to access locked disks are
- Ignore read/write errors
- Toggle whether errors should appear for read and/or write errors.