Flash Recovery

Fixed some typos.

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Dd-decrepit works by reading the drive in 1024KB chunks. If it takes more than a few seconds to read the block, the DD processes is killed and it tries again as two 512KB blocks. This recursion can continue down to a single kilobyte, if need be. There was some really funky stuff going on. Many instances a single 1024KB read would fail, but both 512KB reads would succeed.

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