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Seagate Barracuda 200 GB 7200 RPM

I have two harddrives, one is 200 GB and other is 80 GB...

I have kept 200 GB as slave..... Recently when I checked with a software "HDD inspector".... I came to know that 200 GB is almost near to fail( I have got a solution for it)

My query is the other harddrive's overall performance is 69% but the software shows that its "Death Time Estimation" is on 8th April 2008 !


Here is the snap of my harddrive current status according to "HDD inspector ... Plz provide me some information and also solution .....

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Can you take a snapshot from the smart page?

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  • Ekse Feb 22, 2008

    These inspector death date guesses arent that serious, unless your drives fitness starts to drop rapitly keep a eye on it. If noting happens then its fine. A friend of mine used a similiar program and it told him that hes harddrive was going to fail in few days. Well hes still useing the same drive now. that was few years ago.

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