Topic: Reserved fields aren't zero
I'm fixing the damage boot sector and a NTFS logical partition of a 500 GB hard drive, editing it with DMDE 3.6.0 Free Edition, and following GParted 0.32.0's warnings as a guide. The warning messages I've got so far are:
Unexpected bytes per sector value (58953).
Unexpected sectors per cluster value (53).
Reserved fields aren't zero (52950, 61259, 37363, 62786, -1592644716, 26).
The first two are already solved (512 bytes per sector and 8 sectors per cluster), but I've been unable to fix the third one because I'm not sure what does it mean: are those "reserved fields" just reserved sectors located in the offset 0x0E? are all those unused data streams located in many offsets (0x10, 0x13, 0x16, 0x20, 0x24, 0x41, and 0x45) which are supposed to have zero or null like values?.
GParted only mention six numbers not seven, and one is a negative value, so my guess is those are not block offsets.