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amw_drizz

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Here is the deal, I am just confirming my suspicions that my old 320gb WD HD is dying.

When I plug in the drive and boot, to my 640 with my 320 with my files and try to access it I get a BSOD with a disk.sys error. When I disconnect the drive and restart the errors go away and the system runs fine. And if I do not access my 320 with it connected it doesn't really crash often but when I load up SpeedFan which tries to detect SMART status of the drive it crashes. And If I try to write to the disk it crashes as well.

I am just thinking that the drive is on its last legs and time for a replacement since this drive is about 4-5yrs old anyways.
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so anyone going to confirm if the drive is dying or no???
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