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Windows 7: BSOD with all parameters

15 Jan 2016   #11
johnyb98

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Although two RAID disks are WD, Seatools will truly show if there is a problem on them (one or both)?


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15 Jan 2016   #12
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

You can use SeaTools on every hard drive, but SeaTools can repair Seagate and Maxtor brand hard drives only.
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18 Jan 2016   #13
johnyb98

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Here are the results of HDDs scanning.

With SeaTools, one drive is 100% healthy. In the other one, SeaTools finds 15 errors, and in 88% scanning stops. Not completed. HDD is in very bad condition.
The same (not completed scan and very bad condition drive) is proove from the HD Tune scan I also made.

Good one drive pictures and log files:

BSOD with all parameters-b.jpg

Quote:
HD Tune Pro: WDC WD5000AAKS-00YGA Error Scan

Scanned data : 499 gB
Damaged Blocks : 0.0 %
Code:
HD Tune Pro: WDC WD5000AAKS-00YGA Health

ID                              Current  Worst    ThresholdData     Status   
(01) Raw Read Error Rate        189      187      51       234352   ok       
(03) Spin Up Time               178      177      21       6091     ok       
(04) Start/Stop Count           96       96       0        4616     ok       
(05) Reallocated Sector Count   200      200      140      0        ok       
(07) Seek Error Rate            100      253      51       0        ok       
(09) Power On Hours Count       79       79       0        15821    ok       
(0A) Spin Retry Count           100      100      51       0        ok       
(0B) Calibration Retry Count    100      100      51       0        ok       
(0C) Power Cycle Count          96       96       0        4597     ok       
(C0) Unsafe Shutdown Count      200      200      0        417      ok       
(C1) Load Cycle Count           199      199      0        4627     ok       
(C2) Temperature                106      96       0        44       ok       
(C4) Reallocated Event Count    200      200      0        0        ok       
(C5) Current Pending Sector     200      200      0        0        ok       
(C6) Offline Uncorrectable      200      200      0        0        ok       
(C7) Interface CRC Error Count  200      200      0        0        ok       
(C8) Write Error Rate           200      200      51       0        ok       

Health Status         : ok
Bad one drive pictures and log files:


BSOD with all parameters-f.jpg

Quote:
HD Tune Pro: WDC WD5000AAKS-00YGA Error Scan

Scanned data : 498 gB
Damaged Blocks : 0.4 %
Elapsed Time : 2:14:20
1 Error at 278367 MB (LBA 570096425)
2 Error at 279599 MB (LBA 572619483)
3 Error at 284530 MB (LBA 582719446)
4 Error at 295793 MB (LBA 605784343)
5 Error at 377282 MB (LBA 772674728)
6 Error at 397868 MB (LBA 814834041)
7 Error at 402548 MB (LBA 824419905)
8 Error at 402549 MB (LBA 824420673)
9 Error at 402549 MB (LBA 824420801)
10 Error at 402549 MB (LBA 824420929)
Code:
HD Tune Pro: WDC WD5000AAKS-00YGA Health

ID                              Current  Worst    ThresholdData     Status   
(01) Raw Read Error Rate        200      200      51       0        ok       
(03) Spin Up Time               183      181      21       5808     ok       
(04) Start/Stop Count           87       87       0        13461    ok       
(05) Reallocated Sector Count   200      200      140      0        ok       
(07) Seek Error Rate            200      187      51       0        ok       
(09) Power On Hours Count       79       79       0        15580    ok       
(0A) Spin Retry Count           100      100      51       0        ok       
(0B) Calibration Retry Count    100      100      51       0        ok       
(0C) Power Cycle Count          96       96       0        4592     ok       
(C0) Unsafe Shutdown Count      199      199      0        837      ok       
(C1) Load Cycle Count           196      196      0        13940    ok       
(C2) Temperature                103      97       0        47       ok       
(C4) Reallocated Event Count    200      200      0        0        ok       
(C5) Current Pending Sector     200      200      0        15       warning  
(C6) Offline Uncorrectable      200      200      0        15       ok       
(C7) Interface CRC Error Count  200      200      0        0        ok       
(C8) Write Error Rate           200      200      51       0        ok       

Health Status         : warning
As you can see in the second picture of damaged drive (HD Tune), scanning cannot be completed, as in SeaTools.

After all that, I have a couple of questions:

a. I have decided to make a clean Windows install in just one SATA drive. No RAID. In order to do so, I have to enter RAID BIOS, delete RAID 0, and then proceed to the one drive installation?

b. If answer to a. is Yes, in order to delete RAID 0, should the 2 RAID drives be connected, or it can be deleted without them on system?

c. For one SATA drive Windows installation, what setting would you beter suggest in BIOS (AHCI, SATA, IDE/SATA in some BIOSes)?


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18 Jan 2016   #14
Pauly

Win7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Don't think it will make much difference how you disable it you could delete raid setup or just disable raid controller
If necessary you could use diskpart to clean the disk after giving you a blank drive to start from

Optimum BIOS setting for single disk would be AHCI - this must be done before installing windows as changing after is very problematic and often leaves machine unbootable
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