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They have been formatted, re-formatted, defragged, scanned and imaged more times than I can count and still not a bad sector between them. Didn't think you would have. > 10) So many questions, sorry! Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved I think that's probably not that possible given that data transfer these days has some sort of error correction code built into the protocol I would imagine. have a peek here
Subscribe Search This Thread Start a New Thread post #1 of 3 9/12/09 at 7:21pm Thread Starter BoStiK_88 333mhz Joined: Aug 2008 Posts: 36 Rep: 1 (Unique: 1) Is this a sound of impeding failure or natural? If it was a virus from a pirated program, it would not bepresent in this image file. ahmet canApr 14, 2015, 7:07 PM RobWHS said: Alsoooooooooo, Do a malware scan on your system with Malware Bytes. additional hints
typedef expressions What to do when you are asked to perform an official review for a journal of a manuscript written by your supervisor? HD Tune seems nice, except for the possible bug I mention above (or maybe it's a feature) A bit pricy at $35 a copy but it might be worth it? > It's hard to understand how software can fry a good HDD unless it zaps the firmware, but it seems simple enough to just not use the error scan feature! · actions Any speculation along the lines of whether a mobo can corrupt data on a HD is appreciated.
The processor on the hard drive, is an I/O processor, and responds to I/O requests from the main CPU. Incredibly, I took the drive to a PC shop as a gag, to show it to them and throw it away. Strange but I hear clicking sounds on both drives now...the older D drive and the new C drive. the disk space that contains data.
Also almost all memory sold now is made from overclocked or junk chips, as Ocaholic.ch proves when it shows the chips under the heatsinks -- lots of 1600 MHz memory actually I opened-up the drive, flexed the heads a little, and the problem went away. do i need to change it with a new one or keep going with it ? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2609129/tune-error-scan-results.html But it's not all the time...I wonder if both drives are bad?
On Tuesday, December 16, 2014 11:48:30 PM UTC+8, Paul wrote: > RayLopez99 wrote: > > On Sunday, December 14, 2014 11:23:07 PM UTC+8, RayLopez99 wrote: > > > > > > Paul Paul, Dec 17, 2014 #16 Guest Re: If CHKDSK finds errors, but HD Tune Pro 5.50 does not, what doesthat mean? Aug 19, 2004 What does "burn in" mean? how to attach these two [HomeImprovement] by inGearX316.
BTW, S.M.A.R.T. original site Failure to eject external hard drives and related storage devices before disconnecting them or powering them off. How do I catch a Ditto? Otherwise, there's no reason for > a hard drive to "seek to zero" and click.
Your results would suggest that your drive is parking its heads every 3.5 minutes.http://www.google.com/search?q=6978+hours+/+119525 so is there any problem with HD ? navigate here AbsenceJam View Public Profile Find More Posts by AbsenceJam 14th May 2010, 11:40 #3 questforquiet Gangster Joined: Nov 2007 Posts: 222 Thanks for the reply, yep tried another sata Also are any dead? I will run both of these tests now to see if the RAM is seated properly.
Seatools or Hitachi Drive Fitness tool are good HDD testers (long test). HD Tune stopped at a >> certain block, testing, and would not move. It could be, that power cycling some SSD models, is more harmful than writing to them. http://ivideoconverter.net/hd-tune/hd-tune-error-scan.html There's nothing wrong with this utility, people and this definitely seems to be an isolated case at best.
Compared to Vista, XP was *EASY*!Resistance is futile... larrymoencurly Why I oughta... IOW always run more than one memory diagnostic. So I gave the problem drive away and they were happy.
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ahmet canApr 14, 2015, 6:35 PM seagate 2.5 inch 750 gb 7200 rpm. BobTheCat, Aug 11, 2005, in forum: DIY PC Replies: 4 Views: 330 kony Aug 11, 2005 Reallocated Sector Count: Yellow warning in HD TUNE Sam, Sep 18, 2007, in forum: DIY Skill Ripjaws ZHard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling2x 3TB Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 RAID 12x 250GB Samsung 840 Series SSD RAID 1Samsung Burner w/ LightscribeCustom WatercoolingOSMonitorKeyboardPowerWindows 10 Professional 64-bitLG 34UC88 (3440x1440) + Crossover 27Q With that said though, even though chkdsk is running at each startup in this scenario, a corrupted registry won't cause chkdsk to see file system errors that aren't actually present.
I go to info or another tab then i come back to Error Scan tab, it shows me result in link. I assume so... > > 8) HD Tune has many screens. CHKDSK can also do a bad block scan, > as part of its analysis. http://ivideoconverter.net/hd-tune/hd-tune-error-scan-fix.html BTW Dban "Nuke it" format program failed to reformat the Windows 8 drive, I think there's some sort of special thing Windows does to deny this program the ability to reformat
heh > I have various theories. If there are > reallocations listed in SMART, those would not > be caused by the motherboard. > > Neither is the "clicking" of a disk, dependent on the motherboard. > THis BIOS is by AMD's former subsidiary American Megatrends? I've also been very lucky in that the two drives I've ever had go bad on me did throw off errors prior to giving up the ghost.