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kmmagoon

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I have an E Machines ET1331G-05W and I know that the internal hard drive has crashed, I back it up often to an external hard drive, so no information was lost. My question is what exactly do I need to fix my computer.

The message of course started out like: BOOTMGR MISSING PRESS CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart.
Then it goes on to say: CPUID:0F62h Stepping: 02h
L1 Cache: 256 KB L2 Cache: 2048 KB L3 Cache: N/A
Speed: 1.60 GHz Count: 2
Memory Clock: DDR2 800 MHz
Press DEL to run Setup
Press F12 for BBS POPUP
1 AMD North Bridge, Rev C2
NVMM ROM Version: 4.093.35
6144MB OK (256MB Sharded Memory Size Used)
Auto-Detecting SATA Port 1..IDE Hard Disk
Auto-Detecting SATA Port 2..ATAPI CDROM
Auto-Detecting SATA Port 4..IDE Hard Disk
SATA Port 1:ST3750528AS CC44 Ultra DMA Mode-6, S.M.A.R.T. Capable and Status BAD
SATA Port 2: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH41N MN01 Ultra DMA Mode-5
SATA Port 4: WDC WD2500AAJS-75B4A0 01.03A01 Ultra DMA Mode-6, S.M.A.R.T. Capable and Status OK
3rd Master Hard Disk: S.M.A.R.T. Status BAD, Backup and Replace
Press F1 to Resume

Would I be correct in purchasing a 500GB (or higher) SATA 3.0 GB\S 7200 RPM internal hard drive?
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Hello

Your question... Would I be correct in purchasing a 500GB (or higher) SATA 3.0 GB\S 7200 RPM internal hard drive?

yes this should work as Sata 3 is suppose to be backwards compatible... i am assuming your PC has a little age on it..

There was a reference that these Sata 3 HDD's...consume a bit more power... If you do not store a lot of stuff than 500 gigs this may do,sometimes you can find a 1TB HDD at a good price...

Edited by Veeg, 21 March 2013 - 09:27 AM.

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