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#1 OFFLINE hadhad

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Posted 17 August 2013 - 08:19 AM

Hi everyone,

I bought a new hdd couple of days ago and I was wondering if these parameters are fine. I'm kinda worried about the ones that are in bold. thanks.



1 Read Error Rate 0 200 200 51 0x000000000000
3 Spin-Up Time 3841 ms 143 142 21 0x000000000F01
4 Start/Stop Count 18 100 100 0 0x000000000012
5 Reallocated Sectors Count 0 200 200 140 0x000000000000
7 Seek Error Rate 0 200 200 0 0x000000000000
9 Power-On Hours (POH) 3d 3h 100 100 0 0x00000000004B
10 Spin Retry Count 0 100 253 0 0x000000000000
11 Recalibration Retries 0 100 253 0 0x000000000000
12 Power Cycle Count 17 100 100 0 0x000000000011
192 Power-off Retract Count 10 200 200 0 0x00000000000A
193 Load Cycle Count 7 200 200 0 0x000000000007
194 Temperature 44 °F 99 93 0 0x00000000002C
196 Reallocation Event Count 0 200 200 0 0x000000000000
197 Current Pending Sector Count 0 200 200 0 0x000000000000
198 Uncorrectable Sector Count 0 100 253 0 0x000000000000
199 UltraDMA CRC Error Count 0 200 200 0 0x000000000000
200 Multi-Zone Error Rate 0 100 253 0 0x000000000000
240 Head Flying Hours 2d 23h 100 100 0 0x000000000047
241 Total LBAs Written 793,377,173 200 200 0 0x00002F49F995
242 Total LBAs Read 1,643,819,505 200 200 0 0x000061FAB1F1

#2 OFFLINE DennisD

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 02:48 PM

Hi hadhad, and welcome to the forum.

I'm not an expert on hard drive SMART parameters so if I have any doubts about a drives performance I look for manufacturer specific software to run tests with.

You don't say the make and spec of your drive but you can probably get a dedicated diagnostics tool from here ...

Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities: (Free)

Hope that helps although some of the more techy members may give you an idea as to whether all is in order.

I would still maybe give the manufacturer specific diagnostic tool a whirl though.
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