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|10th September 2006, 20:29||#1|
potential harddisk failure?
I got a harddisk that produced errors booting windows and needed several restarts to boot properly.
It passed regular scandisk abut it hung itslef up defragmenting the C: drive at 23%, however it could defrag E:. Now the install is FUBAR.
I tried changing the SATA port and checked that the cable is not bendt.
Could the Harddisk be faulty or is it just the install (Seagate HD, 2.5 years old)?
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