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Hard Disk formatting Problem

I have got a new samsung 80 GB hard disk(SP0822N PATA) as a replacment of my old hard disk from the samsung service centre. i tried to format it with Partition Magic. I tried to create a 15 GB primary partition. when the process going on....... the hard disk make a noise tic...... tic when the formatting process reaches 20% and the system will be stuck afterwards.. can you suggest me what is the solution ???? i cant use this hdd because of this problem

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Get the hard drive replaced. It was probably damaged during shipping.

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I formatted my hd making it slave in other system: now i m placing it back on my system then it is saying Primary IDE masterNONE; Primary IDE Slave SP0822N Then comes NTLDR MISSING


> formatted my HD

This deleted 99% of the files on the disk-drive.

> Primary IDE Master: NONE
> Primary IDE Slave: SP0822N

Good. Your motherboard has detected ONE disk-drive.

Do you have just one connected disk-drive on your PRIMARY channel, or do you have two connected disk-drives (via the 2 connectors on the one ribbon-cable on the PRIMARY channel) ?

If you have two drives connected via one ribbon-cable, you MUST set the 'master/slave/cable-select' jumpers on BOTH disk-drives, to identify which of the two will be the 'master' and which will be the 'slave'.

Also, check that the 'second' disk-drive is getting electrical power.

> NTLDR MISSING

Like I said, you deleted 99% of the files, including the 'NTLDR' file.
Your computer is trying to "boot" from the 1% of the files that still exist on the disk-drive, but cannot find the now-deleted file.
Perfectly normal, given that you have formatted the disk.

Oct 06, 2010 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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How to format hd


Hi,

You can format Hard Disk using FDISK command from Windows CD or you can download any Disk Management tool from the web site or the company provided software.

Thanks and regards,

Anil.B.R

Sep 24, 2010 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Prob with hard disk


IT IS NORMAL FOR THE HARD DRIVE TO BECOME VERY HOT WHILE WORKING. I WOULD SUGGEST YOU TO CHANGE YOUR RAM ONCE AND TRY. HANGING ISSUES ARE MOSTLY RELATED TO RAM.

Apr 10, 2010 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Can not format my samsung hard drive with DOS command and Disk Genius and lost 49 GB capacity. What can I do?


You may have the hard drive partitioned into two or more partitions.
Delete all the partitions and create a single partition and then format this single partition on the hard drive.

Mar 14, 2010 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Plz sir/madum my hard disk is damaged plz contact


If this is an old drive I can't help you, I need more info but if it is new you need to create a partition with a 3rd party partition creater.

Dec 22, 2009 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Problem in hard disk


hi Kumar, you may not have noticed it in the past, but most drives aren't 100% the capacity that is shown on the box.

There are two reasons for this:
System Overhead use and the way Microsoft counts a MegaByte (1,024,000 bytes) versus how the manufacturers count a MegaByte (1,000,000 bytes).

Hope this helps.

Mar 20, 2009 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Where is Samsung Hard Disk service center in kolkata?



Here's a long list of samsung service centers in kolkata. When you click each one, you'll get the details.

HTH,
Regards,
Deboo

Feb 23, 2009 | Samsung (SP0822N) 80 GB Hard Drive

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