I notice that the newer version of WinTech that I've just started using, and am now documenting for technical support staff, includes a new command in the Disk menu - "Repair Disk Information". The documentation states
The Repair Disk Information option will fix problems with the boot disk only. For this to work the crypt list portion must still be valid and the power fail state must be inactive.
While this is clear as far as it goes, it doesn't tell me what "problems" this will actually fix. Can someone please explain when I would use the Repair Disk Information command.
it may fix a "Disk Information is Corrupt" error. MAY - it depends how much the outside influence messed with the disk info sectors.