share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Log in Overall, your talking about delays on newer drives on the order of microseconds or milliseconds. has some parameters that don't indicate anything critical, or are vendor specific, but scan errors or reallocations are not such. by pilgrim4life / June 28, 2006 11:09 PM PDT In reply to: Lacie BigDisk 500GB is configured in RAID 0. have a peek here
It isn't designed to deal well with some failure modes seen in commodity hardware, including RAM problems and drives that take excessively long to return from an I/O request, and it Bill, #17 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google And most of the time, it freezes when I have Internet Explorer on. If the bootloader was on the other (possibly defective) drive, you would expect that the BIOS would bring up some kind of a "bootable drive not found" error and fail if
I finally decided to leave the drive repair on overnight, and in the afternoon of the next day it was complete. The results are as follows: CPU temp: 48C/120F (idle), 61C/141F (after some use of the PC) The default max temp before the probe sounds a warning was 86C, so I guess Just connect the drives to any old controller and point the software at them.The fact that it was a Mac filesystem might confuse the poor thing, but it's worth a try. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and
Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. A more sure way to check then would be to remove your good main drive and see if the computer gets past BIOS with what should be an unbootable drive in I am trying to recover the data myself as we have had a quote of 2k to 20k for data retrieval from a professional company Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Computer Freezes Hard Drive Light Stays On I had to restart my computer and reset clocks in my house each time.
The hard drive's head may have touched that part of the hard drive and damaged it, some dust may have settled on that sector and ruined it, a solid-state drive's flash Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Commodore 64 and Up.... But there's never anything wrong with them it reports! Causes of Soft Bad Sectors Soft bad sectors are caused by software issues.
Thank you so much. Seagate External Hard Drive Freezes My Computer It happened with my netbook -- many times.October 11, 2013 Philllip Gresham I second the SpinRite software. by motamedd / June 28, 2006 10:26 AM PDT In reply to: LaCie d2 Big Disk 500GB HDD -I am Suffering Here How do you know for sure that it is Can't access my router via remote, even though its setup to allow it.
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/hd-bad-sector-causes-hangs-180816/ V Varick, #1 2014/07/04 MrBill SuperGeek WindowsBBS Team Member Joined: 2006/01/14 Messages: 3,731 Likes Received: 218 Trophy Points: 843 Location: Baker, Florida (Panhandle) Computer Experience: Inter and still lear Have Hard Drive Freezes Computer When Connected However, that is what happened. Secondary Hard Drive Freezing Computer would require two replacements in 2 years and 2- that I would have to buy a new one with a ridiculously low amount of "loyalty discount".
These are very good reads indeed. See http://www.dataclinic.co.uk/data-recovery-lacie-big-external-disk.htmI have been babying this drive and overall I have used it no more than 200 hrs!Now the drive is completely locking me out and I can't retrieve anything out I tried looking up this code and the only thing I found were other people's complaints about this error message. I changed out 2 different burners all with the same resultsClick to expand... External Hard Drive Keeps Freezing
I am inching every day on the recovery. Realistically, whenever I plug an old, corrupting HDD into my system, it starts acting like you put a ten-pound sledge hammer through the motherboard. So i format the C partition but now having problems with and the bad blocks or still their?, So i'm thinking my hard drive on one side is damage. I recommend going to grc.com and checking out Spinrite.
I noticed that startup was a bit better, not as good as before, but better. Hard Drive Freezing Up Rootkit ? The sector will be reallocated, so reads and writes to that sector will go elsewhere.
Other operating systems, including Linux and OS X, also have their own built-in disk utilities for detecting bad sectors. richnrockville View Public Profile Find More Posts by richnrockville 10 Jun 2012 #8 TheReid2 Windows 8 pro x32 6 posts Jamaica Nothing works meby it's because i always Image Credit: Jeff Kubina on Flickr, moppet65535 on Flickr JOIN THE DISCUSSION (9 REPLIES) October 9, 2013 Lewis Barnett If you have reason to believe that bad sectors or a failing External Hard Drive Freezes Windows Explorer Of course theywere happy to gie me the name of a business that does data retrieval and if I mention LaCie to them they will give us a discount (sounds like
This routine is implemented at a low-level in case it is needed during booting or other standalone operation, and hence it is difficult to make it re-entrant. They don't have to (in general). However, since you did have a good install of windows on that drive before, it may find the bootloader from that install and generate unpredictable errors. I used my Linux flash drive to check on it and it wasn't recognizing it saying that the HDD wasn't mounted (turned out it was because I had fast boot on.)
Sounds like a plan. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 2, 2006 2:14 AM PDT In reply to: HD Bad Sector Causes Hangs I've had some luck with removing the drive from the housing and running I started thinking it was a bad sector but I still wasn't sure. Ubuntu's Drives program now said there were only 35 bad sectors.
Will a change in reference frame produce light? So I have been trying to get USB2 driver loaded at the DOS level in the same boot CD or floppy that the regenerator software gets loaded to.