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HDD probleem


MrJones
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Omdat mijn computer sinds een paar dagen nogal vreemd doet (constante haperingen etc) heb ik wat test uitgevoerd. Blijkt dat er mogelijks iets met de harde schijf kan zijn (kan evengoed een virus zijn). Deze gegevens heeft speedfan voor me verzameld:

Nog even de SMART gegevens van mijn harde schijf:

Your hard disk is a ST9320423AS with firmware 0003HPM1.

The average temperature for this hard disk is 39C (MIN=28C MAX=50C) and yours is 41C.

Your hard disk's S.M.A.R.T. attributes are now being analyzed and a full report about the reliability, health and status of your hard disk is generated:

Your hard disk is not below any attribute threshold. This is good.

Your hard disk was never below any attribute threshold. This is good.

Your hard disk is now being compared to real data used to define normal values for your specific hard disk model. This way, the analysis can automatically use proper operating ranges. The images give you an idea of how each attribute is within such range. Current and raw values are shown for easier reference for experienced users. There are 3001 hard disk models in the current archive.

Attribute Current Raw Overall status00.jpg

Raw Read Error Rate

84

139322085

Watch Warning: Raw Read Error Rate is below the average limits (105-119).

status01.jpg

Spin Up Time

97

0

Normal status01.jpg

Start/Stop Count

99

1169

Normal status00.jpg

Reallocated Sector Count

94

126

Watch Warning: Reallocated Sector Count is below the average limits (100-100).

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Seek Error Rate

65

14 887 -28211

Normal status01.jpg

Power On Hours Count

97

2887

Normal status10.jpg

Spin Retry Count

100

0

Very good status01.jpg

Power Cycle Count

99

1130

Normal status10.jpg

Unknown attribute 183

100

0

Very good status10.jpg

End To End Error Count

100

0

Very good status00.jpg

Reported Uncorrectable Errors

1

2154

Watch Warning: Reported Uncorrectable Errors is below the average limits (50-100).

status10.jpg

Command Time Out

100

6

Very good status10.jpg

High Fly Writes

100

0

Very good status05.jpg

Airflow Temperature

59

9 10519 41

Good status10.jpg

GSense Error Rate

100

0

Very good status10.jpg

Power Off Retract Count

100

14

Very good status00.jpg

Load Cycle Count

78

44454

Watch Warning: Load Cycle Count is below the average limits (79-100).

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Hardware ECC Recovered

56

139322085

Good status00.jpg

Reallocated Event Count

94

126

Watch Warning: Reallocated Event Count is below the average limits (100-100).

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Current Pending Sector

100

21

Very good status10.jpg

Offline Uncorrectable Sector Count

100

0

Very good status10.jpg

Ultra DMA CRC Error Rate

200

0

Very good status10.jpg

Free fall protection

100

0

Very good

NOTE: not all warnings are reflected on fitness and performance overall values as relevancy is based upon the settings from the hard disk manufacturer who is the best entity deputed to define such relationships.

NOTE : your hard disk has 126 reallocated sectors (this value is very large and your hard disk should be replaced). Hard disks do have spare sectors (usually from 256 up to 1024) used to replace bad ones. This remapping operation is transparent to the end user. Anyway, this can lead to degradated performances (because remapped sectors are in different places of the disk than the original ones and the head needs additional moving). If reallocated sectors grow over time, you might encounter some serious troubles. A backup of the most important data is suggested anyway.

NOTE : your hard disk has 21 pending sectors. Those are sectors that couldn't be properly read and that the hard disk logic is waiting for a write operation to try to remap to a spare sector (if available). According to the Reallocated Sector Count attribute, your hard disk seems to have available spare sectors. A simple disk surface scan won't be enough to force the remap operation. You need a read/write surface scan to remap the sector. The best option should be a tool that knows about what should be read from that sector so that it has some option to apply the best fix to the missing data.

The overall fitness for this drive is 68%.

The overall performance for this drive is 71%.

Aangezien ik niet echt een expert ben wou ik toch nog even jullie mening: is mijn harde schijf aan vervanging toe of kan dit evengoed aan software liggen?

In het windows forum loopt er al een thread om mogelijke virussen te vermijden. Maar omdat pc problemen niet altijd zo simpel zijn wou ik toch nog eens zien wat deze piste opbrengt. Als mijn HDD effectief kapot is dan stuur ik hem wel op in garantie.

Alvast bedankt

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