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Hard Drive health problems

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Hello there,


I have three hard drives in my care - two in my desktop computer and one on my notebook.


I have known that the drive on my Sony Vaio notebook has not been in a good state since even before I converted it to Windows 10 around last September.


Last July I was also told by somebody here that the second drive on my Dell Dimension 9150 was not in too good a state either.


Please could somebody here take a look at the following logs for me and tell me if my drives have reached the state when I should be panicking! :)


I am a little concerned about my C drive which though it doesn't look too bad to me (not that I know much) the HD Tune logs are showing that things might not be perfect (I think!)















Am taking bets as to which of my drives will expire first! :) Though from the logs, it looks as if it will be the Sony; even I can see that that is not looking good! :(




APOLOGIES - I seem to have somehow managed to post this twice. No idea how that happened??????


Edit by phillpower2: Duplicate OP closed to avoid any possible confusion, replied to at second thread here

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