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Ben04

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Here it is

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Edited by Ben04, 30 July 2016 - 05:17 AM.

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Your Western Digital drive is not looking too healthy.

 

The Raw Values are normally 0 on a good drive.  Errors are never good (they cause delays and odd things to happen) and you are getting a lot of reallocated sectors.  They build the drives with extra sectors and when one goes bad they reallocate it but since it's not where the original one is the drive has to go somewhere else to get the data which causes delays. I would imagine that the process of reallocating a sector is going to cause a big delay too.   Too many is a sign of the drive starting to fail.
01
Attribute name Read Error Rate
Real value 0
Current 196
Worst 189
Threshold 51
Raw Value 0000008C47
Status Good
 
...
 
05
Attribute name Reallocated Sectors Count
Real value 120
Current 198
Worst 198
Threshold 140
Raw Value 0000000078
Status Good
 
...
 
C4
Attribute name Reallocation Event Count
Real value 113
Current 87
Worst 87
Threshold 0
Raw Value 0000000071
Status Good
C5
Attribute name Current Pending Sector Count
Real value 3
Current 200
Worst 200
Threshold 0
Raw Value 0000000003
Status Good
 
...
 
C8
Attribute name Write Error Rate / Multi-Zone Error Rate
Real value 1
Current 200
Worst 200
Threshold 0
Raw Value 0000000001
Status Good

 

 

 
The Seagate drive is also showing some errors but Seagates always do.  They have a rep for not lasting very long.
 

 
01
Attribute name Read Error Rate
Real value 0
Current 119
Worst 99
Threshold 6
Raw Value 000D304E58
Status Good
 
...
 
07
Attribute name Seek Error Rate
Real value 0
Current 78
Worst 60
Threshold 30
Raw Value 00175F8D8E
Status Good
 
...
 
BC
Attribute name Command Timeout
Real value 2
Current 100
Worst 99
Threshold 0
Raw Value 0000000002
Status Good
 
...

 

 

 

Kepp Speccy installed and use it to watch the errors I have flagged.  See if they increase especially after an episode of mouse hanging.  It's possible that your bad drive is causing the problem.  In any event I would think about cloning the Western Digital soon.  Yours is a Green.  I'm not sure of the warranty on them but you might want to run their extended test - part of  Data Lifeguard:

http://support.wdc.c...wer.aspx?ID=940

If it fails the test and it's still under warranty you can get a new one.

 

The best drives seem to be Western Digital Blacks, 


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