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Old 09-23-2015, 04:37 PM   #52
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This still resembles a failing HDD or a faulty RAM. And you still haven't posted any SMART info... Which is crucial. These HDD self-tests are useful only in case they fail, because then there is no question about the urgency to replace the drive. In case they pass, they are meaningless. What is meaningful in any case is SMART data. Please refer to this:
open gsmartcontrol, double-click on a drive, maximize the pop-up window and take 3 screenshots of these tabs: Attributes, Error Log and Self-test Logs. If there are no recent self-tests registered on a particular drive, you can take the screenshot after you run a short self-test, as soon as it completes. Do this for each of your drives. That's it.
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