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hello guys...

I think tonight or tomorrow, I will zero fill my Samsung 500 GB HDD, so I will have to use a laying around 250 GB HDD till I finish this, I want to zero fill the HDD to try resolving the problem I have with it, which is a S.M.A.R.T problem that cautions me to back up my data and get ready for the death of it rolleyes.gif

I know chances that I can resolve the problem are so little to non, but I just want to give it a try, since I read on the net that some guys managed to solve such a problem with the same procedure, so I will give it the last try.

but before I proceed, I would like to ask if there is any fast zero filing software for this ?? as you know, such programs take ages to finish, depending on the capacity of the HDD, and I don't know if the CPU type and amount of memory play any role in this ??

also what software do you guys suggest ? even if it's a commercial one ( paid one) I think there will be a trial period, so I can avail from it once at least.

so what programs do you suggest ? and do they differ in processing time ?

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post #2 of 12
Run DBAN: http://www.dban.org/

Or KillDisk: http://www.killdisk.com/

Or the CLEAN ALL command in diskpart.
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Any bootable linux DVD will do it, plus a cryptic console command.

After firing up a bootable linux DVD (Parted Magic, SystemRescueCD, etc.) you check the /dev/sd@ names in Gparted (partition editor)

Then you type something like this:
Code:
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda conv=noerror

if = input "file"
of = output "file"

(Linux allows you to use filenames to reference devices.)

That'll send a string of zeros to the drive, nuking everything. It should properly engage the drive's sector reallocation. I've seen WD drives drop to 0 reallocated sectors by doing that.
     
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Secure Erase is a great tool for completely removing all data. It and DBAN are your best bets. Secure Erase is a little faster from what I've seen because it defaults to fewer passes that DBAN and uses elements built into the SATA standard. One pass v one pass should be similar in speed though.
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thanks for the replies guys... but I really wished if someone has told me whether or not they differ in processing time ??
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Any one pass zero write will take about the same time, be it in Linux, DBAN, or HDDErase/SecureErase.
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But some (like DBAN) default to three passes. It would take longer unless you entered in the right options. The other options are probably quicker on default settings.
     
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so regarding the purpose I am going to go through all this procedure for, which is the S.M.A.R.T problem, do you guys see any hope in fixing it?
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Nope, zeroing a drive does not clear SMART data. SMART data shouldn't even tell you anything about backing up your data, it even needs a specific program to do so...

I'd just run a CLEAN ALL from diskpart...

What is telling you to back up? Because SMART data does not.

Can you post a screen shot of your SMART data? From HD TUNE or CRYSTAL DISK INFO?
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Nope, zeroing a drive does not clear SMART data. SMART data shouldn't even tell you anything about backing up your data, it even needs a specific program to do so...

I'd just run a CLEAN ALL from diskpart...

What is telling you to back up? Because SMART data does not.

Can you post a screen shot of your SMART data? From HD TUNE or CRYSTAL DISK INFO?
I had a drive with SMART errors and read errors. DBAN wouldn't even run - it kept complaining about bad sectors.

So I zeroed it a few times (with the method in my post) - all the SMART errors (Reallocated Event Count, Current Pending Sector, Raw Read Error Rate) dropped to zero. I figure the magnetism was degrading or something, making it think sectors were going bad, but refreshing the platter fixed it. It's been working fine now for roughly 1.5 years...

I'll write it off as more WD magic.

My Raptor used to make funny noises when idle. I now think it was reading and rewriting tracks constantly. I used it daily for 9 years, and it made those noises for at least the last 3-4. Anyway, I decided to give it a break for a month since I was going to dismantle that ancient PC. I didn't get around to dismantling it, so everything sat in exactly the same spot without being moved. A month later I turned it on and the drive was dead - a SMART check reported HUGE numbers of Current Pending Sector, etc.; I figure the magnetism degraded and the drive firmware determined it was now useless/dead.

Interesting things, these hard drives - I wish they had a better way to communicate with us than SMART. Then again, even if they did, they wouldn't take advantage of it - companies like WD wouldn't reveal their proprietary magic.
     
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