Question about Samsung 1TB SATA2 7200RPM 32MB HD103UJ 334 GB SATA Hard Drive
Samsung hd103sj 1TB drive has slow write speed but reads to it very quickly and it stutters music playback. The 320gb drive is fine and also sata, but not Sata2
New drive added to Via VT6421a adapter alongside Hitachi 329gb HD
formatted OK, just over two hours on windows XP sp2.
Copied 220gb data over three evenings... somewhere between 4-6 hours I guess... seems OK on that.
Transfer of copied info to the Hitachi or eithe IDE drive, or an attached usb Seagate 250gb drive is nightmare slow.
System comprises: 400watt power supply. old asrock MB with Athlon2600. runs at 2gb seems faster normally than my new work laptop Separate video card, wireless, card for firewire (currently unused).
Not too sure about Hutil as it seems inaccessible on Samsung site, and not sure if I need jumpers on the drive.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Translate from portuguese to english... Meu HD também estava com este problema, o que fiz foi limpar o contato que liga a placa lógica do HD ao leitor do disco rígido que estava oxidado. O problema ficou resolvido.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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Posted on Aug 31, 2009
On the front of the drive there will be an example of how to set the drive to slave. Jumper pins are small black squares put them in config that is on drive then boot up.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
the clicking noise is the reader arm jumping across platters on your hard drive you have a dirty hard drive first clean all the dust from your computer specifically from around your hard drive using a high powered suction vacuum cleaner or a fine air blower from a air compressor making sure there is no moisture in the air lines then give the hard drive a firm tap on the side to free it up then
hope this helps good luck
the clicking noise is the reader arm jumping across platters on your hard drive you have a dirty hard drive first clean all the dust from your computer specifically from around your hard drive using a high powered suction vacuum cleaner or a fine air blower from a air compressor making sure there is no moisture in the air lines then give the hard drive a firm tap on the side to free it up
thenpress delete during boot up process enter BIOS then f1 for general help then run chkdsk/r/f which will scan and repair any bad sectors automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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