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Rakesh here. hi, i can notice several changes with my samsung SP04IIN HDD as mentioned below.. 1. more noise from my hard disk these days. 2. primary master hard drive s.m.a.r.t command failed, press F4 3. few times i get kernel stack inpage error (BSoD) Is there any serious problem with the same ????

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The drive sounds like it is failing. Noisy drives are a classic sign of impending failure. I would back up all of my critical files and replace the drive as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more damage can be done and you might not be able to recover files. Good luck

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

  • Daniel Fiore Mar 23, 2011

    Im just wondering why you gave me such a low rating. was my answer not satisfactory or accurate?

  • rakeshp1610 Mar 26, 2011

    wt abt response regarding 2nd and 3rd point as per my last comment.. u just considering noise and concluding ?

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