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sata disk on controller 0 port 2 at risk (smart event)

Casa-Nova
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hello folks,

 

i have been getting this error bij inter storage techonolgy : sata disk on controller 0 port 2 at risk (smart event).

 

is there anyone who can help me figure this out id really appreciate it.

 

ill post some picutes, they are in dutch tho so i think its best yall use google translate.

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n_scott_pearson
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The recommended message from the S.M.A.R.T. Specification says it all: "WARNING: Immediately back-up your data and replace your [hard disk] drive. A failure may be imminent."

You could run a tool (like AIDA64) that can display the individual S.M.A.R.T. attributes. This would allow you (or us) to determine why the drive's failure is being predicted.

...S

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AlHill
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Translate does not work with photos.

 

Replace the disk in question.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

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n_scott_pearson
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The recommended message from the S.M.A.R.T. Specification says it all: "WARNING: Immediately back-up your data and replace your [hard disk] drive. A failure may be imminent."

You could run a tool (like AIDA64) that can display the individual S.M.A.R.T. attributes. This would allow you (or us) to determine why the drive's failure is being predicted.

...S

Casa-Nova
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ok so i have to replace my hardrive?

and that would be the drive right?

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AlHill
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I sure hope you have a known good backup.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

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Casa-Nova
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i mean im not very good with pc's but i can buy a new drive on the internet right?

then transfer files to new drive via an eternal harddrive i have

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n_scott_pearson
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In theory, yes. Because there is always the chance of a false-positive, you should run a tool (like AIDA64 (trialware) or CrystalDiskInfo (freeware)) that can report the status of the individual S.M.A.R.T. attributes. If you can provide a report to us, we can help analyze why the failure prediction is being generated and whether the drive should be replaced.

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Casa-Nova
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Ok i installed CrystalDiskInfo and i have added a picture to this post showing what the program says.......... doesnt look good tho.....

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Casa-Nova
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also a log here:

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n_scott_pearson
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Yea, the drive has developed some bad spots and the spare sectors are all used up. This is an indication that the problem is worsening (the bad spots are getting bigger). If you haven't already, I would very quickly make a backup of your data. The drive should be replaced soonest as well. Everyone hates to see this happen, but drives only last so long (and can only take so much pounding). I like to think of this as being "that opportunity to go to that faster/larger drive that you've been thinking about" (even if it is being forced upon you).

Sorry,

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Casa-Nova
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oh man........ ok so the hard drive that i put in my post, is it compatible with my pc? if not then can you tell me how i can find a compatible one and what i should look for? or is there another hard drive you would advice , maby a bit of an upgrade compare to my current? as you said i have been thinking about how i would have liked more space.

i would like to keep the price range around 100 euros.


(my pc Medion Erazer PC P5302 J)


Btw thanks for the help man i really appreciate it.

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n_scott_pearson
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That drive should work just fine - but, if your budget is actually €100, you can get the 4TB version. The choice is yours...

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Casa-Nova
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Ok great.

Then i can go order it and install in in my pc.


Again thank you very much for the help!

 

 

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n_scott_pearson
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It is compatible, but I am leaning towards sticking with a standard Desktop HDD. Here's an article that discusses most of the issues: What Is The Difference Between NAS Hard-Drives And Standard Hard-Drives? Is It All A Big Con? Here is another article that discusses the biggest negative (TLER): Can I Use a NAS as a Regular Drive?.

Hope this helps,

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