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Hard Drive failiure?

Aaaaannddd you're screwed.

Stop using it immediately. Get a new drive and install your OS on that. Then try to recover as much as you can before it completely dies. You might want to do a checkdisk but that might kill it.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is my hard drive close to die?  

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Yestureday i got a little bit angry and i hit my laptop and right when i did that, i started to hear a louder than regular noise that the hard drive does when it is "reading/writing"

and Today when i tried to start skype, It wouldn't start and tried to Restart the laptop but it did not work so i force shut it off by holding the on button, after that When i start my laptop it goes into "Auto repair mode" and keep's failing. 

 


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Just now, superfart435 ( ͡͡ ° ͜ ʖ ͡ °) said:

Is my hard drive close to die?  

Röst 017_001.m4a

 

Yestureday i got a little bit angry and i hit my laptop and right when i did that, i started to hear a louder than regular noise that the hard drive does when it is "reading/writing"

and Today when i tried to start skype, It wouldn't start and tried to Restart the laptop but it did not work so i force shut it off by holding the on button, after that When i start my laptop it goes into "Auto repair mode" and keep's failing. 

 

gg hard drive


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Aaaaannddd you're screwed.

Stop using it immediately. Get a new drive and install your OS on that. Then try to recover as much as you can before it completely dies. You might want to do a checkdisk but that might kill it.


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Just now, MrDrWho13 said:

Aaaaannddd you're screwed.

Stop using it immediately. Get a new drive and install your OS on that. Then try to recover as much as you can before it completely dies. You might want to do a checkdisk but that might kill it.

Agreed.

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Oh and you'll want a dock or at least USB to SATA cable after you replace your drive so you can scavenge your files off your dead drive before it gives its last breath.


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6 minutes ago, superfart435 ( ͡͡ ° ͜ ʖ ͡ °) said:

Is my hard drive close to die?  

Röst 017_001.m4a

 

Yestureday i got a little bit angry and i hit my laptop and right when i did that, i started to hear a louder than regular noise that the hard drive does when it is "reading/writing"

and Today when i tried to start skype, It wouldn't start and tried to Restart the laptop but it did not work so i force shut it off by holding the on button, after that When i start my laptop it goes into "Auto repair mode" and keep's failing. 

 

You should definitely back up anything you need NOW!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just my mom just bought me x1 WD 1t byte hard drive and x1 Corsair 240gb SSD


CPU: Intel i7 8700k

Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix z390-f

RAM: Hyperx

GPU: Asus rtx 2080 8gb OC

Case: Kolink observatory rgb 

HDD: x1 Seagate HDD x2 Hitachi HDD  

PSU: 500W something  

Monitor: x1 HP Compaq LA2205wg 22 Inch

Fan's: x4 kolink fans

Keyboard: Corsair k55 rgb 

Mouse: Trust Gxt 

Headphones: Razer Kraken 7.1 chroma Headsett

Os: Windows 10 home

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Gonna be a jerk and bump this thread by saying that my hard drive is still working and i still don't know how to transfer my os to the new ssd :P


CPU: Intel i7 8700k

Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix z390-f

RAM: Hyperx

GPU: Asus rtx 2080 8gb OC

Case: Kolink observatory rgb 

HDD: x1 Seagate HDD x2 Hitachi HDD  

PSU: 500W something  

Monitor: x1 HP Compaq LA2205wg 22 Inch

Fan's: x4 kolink fans

Keyboard: Corsair k55 rgb 

Mouse: Trust Gxt 

Headphones: Razer Kraken 7.1 chroma Headsett

Os: Windows 10 home

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