Low Level Formatting is the earliest step in making the hard
drive ready for data storage and retrieval (this is usually done at the factory).
At this step, the drive is being physically separated into tracks and sectors.
Low level formatting usually remains unchanged for the entire life of the drive
(unless the drive is re-formatted, usually as a last resort). [4,18]
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