New MacBook Pro 16" 2019 with 2 TB SSD, 300 GB for Bootcamp, Winclone Standard version 8.2.
After restoring a Winclone image of my BootCamp partition, Windows 10 complained about low disk space because there was an unusually high number of sectors on the SSD marked as bad. Running chkdsk /r turned even more available space into bad sectors.
So, I decided to re-format the BootCamp partition in a Windows 10 recovery console. At first, “chkdsk /f” did not report any errors. But running “chkdsk /r” converted ALL sectors of the entire partion into bad sectors, reporting 0 KB available.
I suspect that this issue is caused by the Apple SSD driver. I’m using BooCamp version 6.1.7748 with the AppleSSD.sys driver version 6.1.7400.3 (03/19/2019).
Do you have a solution for this issue?