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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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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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Is my disk ok? I’ve force-shut off my computer before due to software hardlocks and one day the drive went missing as I was playing a game (it’s my media drive storing my games and stuff), I checked it on crystaldiskinfo but it doesn’t make sense to me. Help please.

Is my disk ok? I’ve force-shut off my computer before due to software hardlocks and one day the drive went missing as I was playing a game (it’s my media drive storing my games and stuff), I checked it on crystaldiskinfo but it doesn’t make sense to me. Help please.

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  1. LGTM. Most important stats are unrecoverable read errors and relocated sectors of which yours has none.

  2. Start a long/extended SMART self-test. Make sure your computer doesn’t shut off or goes to sleep, this will take several hours. After the test has completed, check again, the “new” values might be a lot more revealing.

  3. If you see all blues, the drive’s fine to use.

  4. are you able to access the files? if not, parition table might have gone missing/corrupted. you can try to repair it with TestDisk.

    as for SMART, all the values look good so disk is healthy. i’d take care of 0xC1 though, because 100k is a lot. it’s possible that CrystalDiskInfo can do that, or if not, install some software that will change disk’s APM value to highest setting on system start – resulting in infrequent parking of disk heads. parking to save power is really not needed, and can kill your disk in the long run.

    read this -> [click](https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder/comments/nq09ul/25inch_usb_drives_a_few_questions/h0acb48/)

  5. There should a colored thing top left, if it’s green you are good

  6. What drive model is it?

    For example, Seagate drives will report “Read Errors” that occur during normal operation. For example if the head needs to micro-adjust while reading data.
    Meanwhile if a WD drive reports Read Errors its starting to become really bad as when WD drives report read errors they actually fail to make out the data and that data can be considered lost

  7. It looks fine. Some of those numbers are a little high but nothing concerning. How do you have it connected to your computer? I once had a HBA card that consisted of four 4 channel controllers and one time out of nowhere one of the controllers just dropped offline. Rebooted it and it was fine and never had that problem for the next 2 years or so that I used it before moving on.

  8. There is nothing bizarre here. When a drive drops out my first thought is connectivity, either the data cable or power. Plug/unplug connections, check if they are loose, swap cables if you have a spare.

  9. No red/yellow dots so me thinks all is well. Someone with more knowledge on the actual values might have more input but I wouldn’t be worried.

  10. I have to add, if I’m downloading large files to it, it will occasionally make some click sounds, imagine a burst fire rifle but it’s click sounds. It does that. Is that also normal? It’s not loud, just barely noticeable.