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Sign Up Now! When this list reaches a certain size, the drive will no longer be accessible at all. I read many forum member's posts where the hard drives have gone out much sooner than that.It is not a matter of if a hard drive will fail, but a matter table for enabled > > hard disks? Source

Restart your computer after the scan and repair have finished to clear your SMART error. To ensure no data loss, please backup the content immediately and run the Hard Disk Test in System Diagnostics." I run the HP diagnostics - no problems detected on either hard But I don't claim to know everything. I certainly don't intend to sell the drive. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/SMART-Hard-Disk-Error-HP-detected-an-imminent-failure-HP/td-p/1959205

table for enabled > hard disks? But in my infinite wisdom since I bought HDD Rgenerator I decided to run on the Maxtor to see if it would find anything, which subsequently it did not, and low I can't tell yet, because the stupid testing software won't run the tests. All rights reserved.

data? I'm not a newbie. This will create a bootable DVD.Or use the Windows 7 USB/DVD installation tool to compile the ISO file you download from Digital River. Have done some research on this topic and from my understanding, there is no tool … Sigma Error Rate Error Rate Calculation - iSixSigma: Six Sigma Resources … – try calculating

If it's a real error it's quite serious. table. Now THAT is stupid! http://www.fixya.com/support/t21323893-toshiba_mk6465gsx_repair_smart_error But no doubt I'll find countless posts from people who just 'know' Im really an evil fiend and want to dupe someone on ebay or something.....

HDD Regenerator spent about 12 hours finding over a thousand "Bad Sectors" and "Repaired" them. What has set the smart flag was due to poor soldering of the sata connector on the motherboard, I have long since since repaired the sata connector on the board i I guess it's a mild OCD. It is a long-term estimate of the error rate of a process.

  1. I also need to find the answer to the same question.
  2. There's -nothing- else wrong with these drives, but now I'm stuck with them.
  3. Expand Popular Questions 5 Answers How to fix SMART Failure predicted on Hard Disk 1: Toshiba mk2555gsx?
  4. Like I said, my laptop seems to be running fine apart from the startup screen and the occasional pop-ups.
  5. Thank you for jumping to a stupid > conclusion.
  6. Message was edited by: Christopher48 Reply With Quote 23.06.2005,14:23 Re: SMART Failure at Start up #7 Ivan25 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Master Join Date Dec 2004 Posts 2,311
  7. I have another couple of laptop drives with erroneous SMART data.
  8. Here's a "legal", "moral" and "upstanding" reason to want to clear SMART status: Toshiba does not provide any kind of diagnostic utilities for their HD's (which is one REALLY good reason
  9. I assume this is stored on some NVRAM on the HD PCB > itself, not on the platters. > > I'm not having any problems with my drives, I'd just like
  10. Computer randomly stops sending...

If the sector can't be written to, then it is marked bad. https://forums.powweb.com/showthread.php?t=60337 and has done so for OVER 2 YEARS. Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not Bye Sammy Reply With Quote 03.06.2005,13:27 Re: SMART Failure at Start up #3 Joao View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Master Join Date Feb 2005 Posts 1,578 Hi In my

sheesh stonehenge, Dec 26, 2007 #10 AdobeWanKenobi Joined: Sep 3, 2008 Likes Received: 0 It is better to ask a question and APPEAR ignorant, than NOT ASK and STAY THAT this contact form The failures are due to too many physically bad sectors, chkdsk cannot do anything for those. data on my drive as well, but you, Joep, would believe that I'm a career criminal selling bogus drives simply because I ASKED the question. Don't rush out and buy another hard drive.

Press F1 to continue. Reply 0 0 Paul_Tikkanen Provost Posts: 78,667 Member Since: ‎07-13-2010 Message 4 of 5 (2,259 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: SMART Hard Disk Error - HP detected an imminent failure: HP I have 28 years' experience in computing (was writing machine code at the age of 12) and microprocessor systems electronics. have a peek here Eventually it will notify me that Windows is not responding and offer to restart or wait.

I'm not a newbie. If I restart the... That's like resetting the milage [sic] of a car - it ran 100.000 but it's as good as new, so why not reset it to zero ...

You never want to re-set the SMART data - that is asking to deliberately use all the known bad sectors on the drive again.

Only an idiot would buy a second hand HDD anyway (well, > unless they need a small one for a 486 box or something). I'm not having any problems with my drives, I'd just like them set back to factory defaults. Choose your language from the menu that appears. Click on the box next to "Automatically fix file system errors" and then box next to "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.

Some >attributes (such as power on time) can only come down. Insert your OSX install disc into the computer's optical drive. I had a power supply failure, that caused my drive to register in the S.M.A.R.T. http://whistlemedia.net/smart-error/smart-errors.html In both cases it has corrupted the S.M.A.R.T on the drive.

However, it turned out that the IDE controller was faculty. This __________________ Microsoft Certified Professional compTIA Certified Professional 08-04-2011, 12:25 PM #8 infjeff Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2011 Posts: 4 OS: Windows 7 I ran chkdsk /r The following hard disks are reporting failure: Disk Name: Toshiba MK6465GSX Volume: C:\;E:\ Yes. To find out which drive is which, you could remove all but one drive, and power the system on.

The SMART data is reported from the drive itself, not the OS. I tried both Maxtor utilities (Powermax and Maxblast) and neither of them had an option to clear the S.M.A.R.T. I guess it's a mild OCD. No 'hours run', 'spin ups' and all that.

Files that were just copied to the HD are missing several minutes later. I assume this is stored on some NVRAM on the HD PCB >> > itself, not on the platters. >> > >> > I'm not having any problems with my drives, take it in for a proper diagnosis and quote most likely a hard drive problem Oct 02, 2016 | Toshiba Hard Drives 1 Answer The harddisk security sata port 0 , I dont know which notebook model you use but might be a good idea to check on the warranty.

The problem is, HDD Regenerator and Seagate SeaTools do not see eye-to-eye with this assessment (so, what 2 do?!??). It's not used as a 'main' drive and I only use it for transitory storage, but I don't see why I should spend money before I need to.