All Rights Reserved. Quote #9 Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:20 pm 1. EggyToast on January 2011|| Flickr — || PSN: EggyToast0 SkyGheNe Registered User regular January 2011 edited January 2011 The OCZ agility was "new" - as in it was around for a AWESOME! news
Syntoms have been everything from files > becoming corrupt on the drive, to the drive not appearing in the bios > alltogether. > > Ever since the first drive death i've Tested them with other systems? > > The statement that "...drive swapping showed me that the drive contents > seem to be intact, but that the drive just won't boot..." points All was well a few weeks, and then *wham* nothing works. I thought this might be revealing something but when testing the same utility on my parents computer (same model mother board) the utility froze as well.
Are they operating on the high-side of acceptable or over the limit? Get some software to take a peak at what's going on with your current ones4) Bad PSU. i'm leaning towards this being a mobo issue since there's no physical signs of power problems and because of the old parts working well with it...but who knows...i'll keep everyone posted. Now installing latest Nvidia drivers etc.
But if those readings are ok your issue may only happen when the system is under load, and that's much trickier to conclusively pin down. Some of the molex connectors are kinda loose now and I think the fan on the other case would cut out cause of that so maybe it's best to get a Quote #10 Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:26 pm One of the worst computer nightmares i had was a power supply that kept frying hard drives. I demand a replacement!
I'm wondering if this board just has an issue with killing shit. Motherboard Killing Hard Drives If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Do these HD's spin up when powered on? https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/could-a-power-surge-kill-my-hard-drive-136191/ There reason was my hard drive was probably weak and upgrade caused failure.
It is not an issue with the sata cables or whatnot...something is killing my hard drives and it's frustrating because it takes less than 5 days and costs money and data Joe, Sep 14, 2007, in forum: Dell Replies: 25 Views: 741 Tony Harding Sep 27, 2007 60GB IBM ThinkPad Hard Drive failing in my T20? Telcontar, Nov 21, 2003 #9 number657 Guest > > Now I am suspecting the G denotes you are using the Onboard video, but, > take a look at this interesting bit I have to get a new hard drive not to mention all the hassle of putting everything back the way it was.
DO NOT CLICK THE NOTIFICATION. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/sata-motherboard-port-killing-my-hard-drives.188064/ Page 2 of 4 First ... 2 ... Can Motherboard Damage Hard Drive But if those readings are ok your issue may only happen when the system is under load, and that's much trickier to conclusively pin down. Psu Killed Hdd Not recognized in bios - 100% dead.
What the Fuck is killing my hard drives. navigate to this website Dec 11, 2012 #1 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,246 +235 It's most likely a power supply issue, not SATA ports... An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Thanks for all the info.
Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Martin Allen1 Member Posts 1 Posts Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) 10-22-2015, 02:10 PM #31 3 hard drives completely totalled within I have seen several cases where a particular PSU was prone to kill hard drives. Syntoms have been everything from files becoming corrupt on the drive, to the drive not appearing in the bios alltogether. More about the author What you did was exactly right, and exactly what it was supposed to do, eliminate all data from the disk.
Ruckus on January 2011 Raneados wrote: » so what SPECIFICALLY is the problem with my hole? 0 bowen beso el culo shitlord in residenceRegistered User regular January 2011 edited January 2011 It happened to me too. Thought this was just generated while the drive was in use?
This has to be a voltage issue, but how the fuck do I isolate that? I will have to do some research on how to access computer management and go through the steps you mentioned. Found out my hard drive was destroyed. My computer was only a year 1/2 old.
I don't know how Microsoft gets away with this! almost all drives fail in the first week if they are going to fail at all. 2. Improper grounds can cause voltage fluctuation in certain circumstances. click site Let's see what happens.
Dec 18, 2012 #2 Dalton Topic Starter I actually had this PSU tested and it was all good and it was wit the second last HDD that went and the last Luckily I had bought an extra warranty from Costco so they put a new HD in it. Last Jump to page: Home Forum Windows 10 Hub Windows 10 Windows 10 Insider Preview Hard drive destroyed after Windows 10, anyone else? « Cumulative update 14986.1001 broke Edge access to It's just not worth it and you lose your email and all the email folders.
First one died after I rebooted. 2nd blue screened then died. 2)no one has access to my computer but me 3) I have a power strip that the computer connects to Ever since the first drive death i've been monitoring the case temperature and been constantly scanning for viruses.