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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

Lütfen bu Floodun neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini düşündüğünüzü kısaca açıklayın.

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HDD fell and now making this noise, is it concerning?

Okay so I started a muxing session using MKVToolnix (like 10 episodes) and I went for a break, I came back to find my HDD knocked out of the table and got disconnected from the laptop by one my family members, it was in the middle of a job so pretty much it was writing, that’s why I’m so fucking anxious right now

Here’s the noise it’s making currently (running MKVToolnix again): https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/639411421679190028/911944374613590046/HDD2.m4a (note: the phone was right up the HDD’s enclosure back as I haven’t chucked it, so it might sound loud but IRL it’s way way quieter)

Just before, it used to make a different louder noise(sadly not while I was using MKVToolnix so I can’t compare but I have recorded it before) but it’s generally way more quieter and better now after it fell, I have no idea what to think of this

The smart data show nothing out of the ordinary (https://pasteboard.co/FHrq4NWCmahG.png), I ran HDTune’s error scan but nothing showed up bad, I’m planning to run the full scan tonight since it’s pretty slow and takes hours

Any help is appreciated, I’m pretty anxious

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  1. You said the drive was likely being written to when it fell, does that mean it’s just some sort of scratch/temp drive? Or does it actually have important data on it? If it does have data you don’t have backed up, should go without saying make sure to backup anything important first even if it testing says it’s in perfect condition.

  2. In general, any change in noise pattern is pretty concerning. However, they commonly get louder and not quieter. Maybe some part of the case moved a bit and now it does not vibrate that much or whatever. I would make sure that your backups are up to date and I would also suggest putting your drive in a safer spot next time.

  3. Check with hdd sentinel, its a pretty good program

    Harddrives can’t take falls that well, I wouldn’t have high hopes. Sorry