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SMART warning - on my F3

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something i can fix? - will a reformat work
or do i need a new drive
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You should probably consider replacing the drive in the near future. SMART only checks for hardware problems, and a reformat wouldn't fix this.
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Has Windows suggest you run a CHKDSK yet? Either way I would run CHKDSK /r just to see if it finds and fixes anything. If it does I would clone it to a different drive before you begin to have problems.

If either of those 2 sectors that are waiting to be reallocated become "uncorrectable" errors then you may begin to have boot problems. You still have time to do a system image without having to do a Spinrite run, but you should hurry up before you need to.
Edited by PhillyOverclocker - 5/15/11 at 11:05am
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post #4 of 8
My F3 has a CRC error 2. I just leave it be. On the other hand my brothers pc, which is about 6 years old has 22k CRC errors. LOL
post #5 of 8
DMA CRC almost always due to the SATA cable.. switch SATA cables and it shouldn't go up

Rest, I think it's something to worry about
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back the drive up and replace m8
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post #7 of 8
Quote:
Originally Posted by masonkian View Post
back the drive up and replace m8
We don't even know if there is in fact something wrong. *sigh*

Run the Error scan until it finishes and check for bad sectors. If it has none, run again in a week and check again. If still nothing, you probably shouldn't be alarmed.
    
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post #8 of 8
SATA cable isn't in completely. That or try a different cable.
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