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P8P67 EVO: Moved my HDD back to SATA II ports. HD tune increasingly reports errors.

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Now, I don't know if the HDD had these errors before and they are due to normal drive wear, or if they are caused by this bug.

I will now turn off my PC and connect the HDD to a SATA III port, and see how it goes.

If it reports the same errors, is it a failing HDD and not the SATA ports crapping out on me?
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Same errors = broken HDD
No errors = P67 bug.

Intel has stated that the SATA III (600) are not effected by the hardware bug. Simply because it's on a different chip (Marvell?).
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That might actually be the controller problem the crc checks i mean hence why it's saying bad cable.

It won't just go away smart remembers everything.

Could be a bad cable also.... have you swapped it?
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The Asus board has 2 Intel 6Gbps ports, 4 Intel 3Gbps ports, and 2 Marvell 6Gbps ports. Just use the 2 Intel 6Gbps ports and perhaps the Marvell 6Gbps ports for any extra drives.

Despite what Intel PR is saying, the Intel 3Gbps ports have a design flaw. The metal layers break because they were not supposed to have voltage go through them. I would not put any drives on them if possible.
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Go to: C:\Windows\System32

Right click on "cmd" Run as Administrator

type: chkdsk /r

Reboot, see if that fixes those errors.
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Go to: C:\Windows\System32

Right click on "cmd" Run as Administrator

type: chkdsk /r

Reboot, see if that fixes those errors.

Nothing is going to "fix" them, these are things that have already occurred.

I will say that it's a safe command to run however and will do no harm.

Basically OP you are gonna have to try another cable or switch to another port and see if you are still getting errors, it's ether the cable the controller problem or the controller on the drive itself. If it's in warranty i would RMA, especially if your bad sectors keep going up as welll.
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