|04 Feb 2012||#1|
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Can SSD Kill other drives ? Hard drive failed SMART Error !
I upgrade my pc with SSD everything seem to go fine but 2 of my 2TB drive giving me a Smart error now. i wonder if SSD has anything to do with Drives failing. My theory is that.
SSD runs on a flash based chip ... it is very stable but mean time it has huge access point of data that why it is fast. The reason i am thinking that SSD is killing my other drives is because my setup is a Media center. Software such as windows media center and media browser keep accessing my 2 TB Hitachi drive for movies, TV show and so on .. SSD in my opinion is running other drive to max point of spin and read/write in same time. which could caused these drive either over heat or over used that is just a theroy of mine
MY Setup :
Media center pc with 4 2TB Hard drive Hitachi and 1 60GB SSD drive
Smart error bad backup and replace
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|04 Feb 2012||#3|
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Mechanical devices can and DO fail at times -- not too frequently fortunately.
I suggest you copy the data on this drive to another one before it failks completely.
You could after copying the data perform a complete re-format --- suggest one that writes on EVERY sector -- there's a few of these "secure erase" programs out there which you can download for nothing.
This *might* fix a temporary error on the drive -- but if the hardware is really defective you'll have to replace it.
The SSD won't damage a HDD in any way whatsoever.
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