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I then replaced the SATA cabling and tried switching up the SATA connector positions.I re-ran the program and got;



Exact same warning :/
Is this anything to worry about? Could it be my hard drive or SATA connectors or the motherboard
 

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Cyclic redundancy check (CRC) is a method of verifying and correcting data after it is sent. What this warning is telling you is that at one point, data being sent/received by the drive failed this check. The most common cause for this is a faulty cable. Noise or resistence caused a bit to be flipped.

It already occurred so switch cables won't reset the SMART log. You just need to watch for additional errors.

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Exactly... if it happens further and you try another cable, it could be the HDD's onboard controller as well. If that is the case and continues to happen, RMA the drive.

http://www.overclock.net/hard-drives...ror-count.html
 

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Thanks ^_^
 
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