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Driver for toshiba mk6465gsx s1 hdd?

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SOURCE: SMART failure predicted on Hard disk 4 Toshiba: MK2035GSS-(S1)

It means pretty well what it says.

That the hard disk is failing, and you need to back up all of your data from it and get the drive replaced.

You'll need to refer to your manufacturer or manual to check what type of hard disk it needs.

I cannot stress that this is incredibly serious however, backup your data immediately


SMART is a tool that checks for hardware errors. it will detect when there is a Higher power consumption or temperature than usual.


Those things predict a hard drive crash, however it could take months for the drive to fail

(or it could be the next minute).

since it's a hardware problem the drive is going to die on you and you will have to replace it.


Since smart is sometimes triggered by the read heads of the drive that stick to the surface of the drive during boot up (witch results in Higher temp and power rates) you could:


open the laptop
get the drive out


'gently' tap the center a few times
reinsert and check for the smart message again sometimes there is a little dirt on the heads that cause the sticking problem

but, realistically, you're drive is failing and you should back up your data and start shopping for a replacement drive.


hope this helps

Posted on Oct 09, 2012

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SOURCE: Error message at startup !!

SMART stands for Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology.

If you want lots of details on what it is, and does, take a look at this link:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-Monitoring,_Analysis,_and_Reporting_Technology

It is highly unlikely that you will be able to fix this since it's a hardware problem on the hard drive. The drive may last for years or it may die tomorrow. At a minimum I would back up everything you care about on a regular basis.

If you found this information helpful I would appreciate it if you would rate this solution. I hate to beg, but over half of the solutions I've posted have no feedback. I'm not paid for this I'm just trying to help.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

SOURCE: HITACHI HARD DRIVE LOCKED

Hello Oldnovii

Yes the BIOS has a hardsrive lock/unlock feature but thats wherethe password needs to be reset. No TOSHIBA did not tell me what the BIOS password was Client had to pay $ 25 to get it removed now they want $ 100 to remove the hard drive lock.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Cannot Detect Hard drive Winxp On Toshiba Satelite L200

Hi ,
u can not detect HDD during installing win-xp coz in u r laptop u have SATA hard drive.
to detct hdd in setup u want to make sata netive mode diseble in COMS setup

Plz check COMS thereis sata netive mode is available ....


if this information is useful for u please rate me......

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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SOURCE: SMART Failure Predicted on Hard Disk 4: Hitachi-(S1)-ToshibLaptop

that will be expensive. i just went to microcenter and asked them, they said many hundreds of dollars just to look at it, then like 1600 for the cheapest recovery...

I would

1. stop using it immediately. (after an error like that, you may have only minutes of life left on it)
2. get a 25 dollar external enclosure to put the drive into. If it's IDE make sure you get an IDE enclosure, if SATA, get SATA compat. external enclosure.
3. get another computer, o rgo to a friends house, etc, and try to read your data on their computer after plugging in your hard drive inside the external enclosure.
4. if you can see it, rush like mad to copy the data thats important to your friends computer before the drive is 100% dead.

microcenter and similar stores have external hard drives at $129 dollars for a terabyte. BUY ONE! :-)

Good luck

PS: rumors go around that if you freeze the hard drive in your freezer for an hour, it helps get the data off, dont know if this is in fact true. Once the drive is dead, it's dead. You cant do much about it unless youre willing to part with a lot of money.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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You may also wish to to run the Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility from Recovery CDs or DVDs that you have created.

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  2. Click "Next".
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