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Richard..you gotta be more specific if you expect to have an answer that can help.
is access slow?.. difragment the hdd.
if you want to run diagnosis on the status of the harddrive go to the manufacturer's website and look for diagnosis tool... make sure you use the one for the manufacturer of the hdd
is it a internal hdd or external?.. please give more details.

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