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how to tell if a HDD is failing OTHER then noise

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You could dump the s.m.a.r.t data. Run any program that checks for bad clusters...etc, etc.
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Originally Posted by eosgreen View Post
any way?
Download HD Tune which checks the health of the drive + error scans.

www.hdtune.com
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SMART data, otherwise corruption, random read/write error messages. Slow disk performance, windows being responsive but the drive doesn't access, etc etc
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