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hard disc error

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lachit, Nov 25, 2011.

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  1. lachit

    lachit Thread Starter

    Nov 25, 2011
    this my first post. my hard disc is showing error message. i am worried of data loss. is there a serious problem. i have uploaded screen shots of the error message. below i have specified my pc:

    OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 32 bit
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7400 @ 2.80GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
    Processor Count: 2
    RAM: 2037 Mb
    Graphics Card: Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.0), 256 Mb
    Hard Drives: C: Total - 102296 MB, Free - 76860 MB; D: Total - 102398 MB, Free - 2462 MB; E: Total - 102398 MB, Free - 42353 MB; F: Total - 102398 MB, Free - 2621 MB; G: Total - 67205 MB, Free - 12132 MB;
    Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., G31M-S2L
    Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

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  2. gberger


    Jul 26, 2009
    hi, welcome to this forum.
    You do have a problem - your hard drive is failing. You need to back up your files immediately and replace the hard drive. If you have an external drive, back up to that.If you don't have an external drive, remove this drive until you get get a new drive. Once you have the new drive installed and loaded with the OS, hook up the old drive as a secondary drive and back up your files to the new drive. Or you can use an external enclosure to connect the old drive to the computer, but unless you have one lying around it's an unnecessary expense. Also, check the type of connection your hard drive uses before ordering a new one - SATA (most likely) or EIDE. SATA uses a narrow cable, EIDE uses a wide ribbon cable.
    Check the manufacturers website to see if your drive is still under warranty. If it is you can get a free replacement.
    (if I'm reading this correctly you have one drive with many partitions, is that correct? )
  3. lachit

    lachit Thread Starter

    Nov 25, 2011
  4. Elvandil


    Aug 1, 2003
    One partition would have been enough. Partitions are not folders. It's easier to back up just one, and saves a lot of time that is used for moving and copying files from one to another.

    Better make sure all your drives have recent backups.
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