Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Storage Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Overclockers.com Community News & Community Announcements Overclockers.com Article Discussion Forum Staff Aesma, Oct 29, 2012 Aesma, Oct 29, 2012 #12 Oct 29, 2012 #13 drescherjm [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 12,696 Joined: Nov 19, 2008 There are 19 sectors that the drive lost data All rights reserved. Following are the results for my Laptop HDD test @ HD Tune Pro 5.5 - can someone help me out to understand this results and wht should i do next? have a peek here
I guess I just meant, can I assume that the drive is ok if it passed HD Tune's error checking? If there are you should backup your data and replace the hard disk. If the amount of bad blocks increases, then its definitely time to get a new disk. Aug 23, 2014 at 4:07 PM #1 alivehunter Joined: May 31, 2014 Messages: 66 (0.07/day) Thanks Received: 8 System Specs System Name: AliveHunter Processor: AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor Motherboard: ASUS M5A97
It's usually fairly simple so swap out a hard drive in a laptop. For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 16 of 16 Thread: HD It isn't a perfect indication of drive health, but it gives a good idea.
as far as I know. 3.) Is 19 a lot? after 2 days of installation the Windows would get stuck / very very slow (not even able to open start menu). System restarts and boots right up. Hd Tune Pro Repair Damaged Blocks The OS will no longer "see" the damaged blocks.
Call the Mod Hotline! Hd Tune Bad Blocks UhClem, Oct 29, 2012 UhClem, Oct 29, 2012 #14 Oct 29, 2012 #15 drescherjm [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 12,696 Joined: Nov 19, 2008 I'd be interested to know where this description came Desktop: AsRock X99 WS | 5820k | 32 GB G.Skill | GTX 1080 | Intel 750 NVME 400GB & 1 TB Samsung Evo | Windows 3.1 | 6x 2560x1440 Monitors VM see this Welcome to OCF!
If the SMART status shows degrading margins or there are LOTS of errors I won't use the drive for anything I value - like the OS drive for an important system. How To Use Hd Tune So I didn't see any messages during the process, so I assume it did not even find any problems if it just booted back into Windows? I would also enable SMART, just in the off chance that it may detect issues with the HD itself. Posts: 4,496 Rep: 429 (Unique: 353) Select All Posts By This User Bad blocks typically won't be found until written to - as you write data, the drive
It's not free ($90 IIRC) but worth it to fix these issues.Click to expand... http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1660667/tune-damaged-block-freezing-issues.html If an unstable sector is subsequently read successfully, this value is decreased and the sector is not remapped. Hd Tune Fix Bad Sectors But, I deleted the volume, then re-created it and I'm doing a full format (not quick format). Hd Tune Error Scan Freezes Similar Threads - damaged blocks Forum Date block-level and file-level access/sharing Memory and Storage Sep 25, 2015 Can memory get damaged from overheating?
But just for completeness please post the SMART data and lets have a look at the reallocated sector count. navigate here Now, CystalDiskInfo: What should I do with this? don't bother, get a new drive as fast you can... Full Review Thermaltake Poseidon Z RGB keyboard Reviewed by Jedson3614 Thermaltake has joined the esports bonanza with another department named Tt esports and offers peripherals full of features. Hd Tune 100 Damaged Blocks
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That's what I'd do. Number Of Retired Sectors Hd Tune I don't use the drive currently (80GB IDE drive), but it still works if I choose to use it. That being said, I need to requisition a new drive for my work computer, it has more then 200+ reallocated sectors!
If you want to be 100% sure: RMA it. PC reboots itself constantly like Windows OS is damaged, right? I pulled that from wikipedia.Click to expand... Hdd Regenerator The health status report is OK (3 of the lines showed in yellow but OK) ThanksClick to expand...
Call the Mod Hotline! It found 3.9% damaged blocks (almost the whole 2 bottom rows). I wouldn't dare to waste my time on a ticking time bomb. this contact form Will it work on other brands? Still playin (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAME5200 OC -> 3.4 GhzGA-G31M-ES2LGeForce GTX 560 Ti 8GB DDR2Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor750GB Western Digital, 1TB Samsung F3None, flash
Aug 23, 2014 at 6:26 PM #3 Ferrum Master Joined: Nov 18, 2010 Messages: 3,121 (1.42/day) Thanks Received: 1,703 Location: Rīga, Latvia System Specs System Name: HELLSTAR Processor: Intel 3960X @4.8GHz Reply With Quote 01-13-13,05:36 PM #14 thideras View Profile View Forum Posts Destroyer of Empires and User Accounts, El HuginatorPremium Member #3 Join Date May 2006 Location South Dakota I Read errors on a sector will not remap the sector (since it might be readable later); instead, the drive firmware should remember that the sector needs to be remapped, and remap First and foremost, it's an okay display despite the low rating, lemme try to elaborate: For gaming: + The 2560 x...
It won't always reliably fix the problem, since if HDDIAG can't read the data from the bad block, it can't complete the repair. What should I do? How do I know if its a fluke or if its really bad? DaRuSsIaMaN, Oct 29, 2012 DaRuSsIaMaN, Oct 29, 2012 #19 Oct 29, 2012 #20 UhClem Limp Gawd Messages: 177 Joined: Jun 8, 2011 drescherjm said: ↑ At least with wikipedia someone can
Is there a way to fix them, or should I send it back to be replaced? I agree with the factual part, but dispute the editorial part. (It is obviously not written by someone who understands modern disk drives.Click to expand... Is there a way to fix them, or should I send it back to be replaced?