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hdd disconnect reconnect randomly

jutsu1370
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hi

 

hdd randomly disconnects and reconnects while using it.

tested it with another sata nothing changed.

tested it on two other very old PCs it worked very well.

tested another brand new hdd and the problem is exactly like last HDD.

my PC cant use or keep using any HDD.

showed it to a PC repair guy and he said "PSU cant deliver +12V constantly" and I should change my power supply immediately.

could this be true? and what could make my power behave like this.

my pc is about one year old and I think its considered high end.

most parts including PSU still has guaranty.

can you guys think of anything else?

 

 

 

Thanks

 

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I would say PSU too if you can try another one. 
Otherwise it can be the SATA controller on your board maybe never heard of that all ports having a problem at the same time tho but can happen. 
 

I can't even

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2 hours ago, System51 said:

I would say PSU too if you can try another one. 
Otherwise it can be the SATA controller on your board maybe never heard of that all ports having a problem at the same time tho but can happen. 
 

he did tried another power and show it to me that the hdd is working with his psu.

the thing is the hdd randomly connects and disconnects and i dont know if it was his psu or my hdd happened to work on that moment ...

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2 hours ago, Anupa said:

check ur sata power cable

i changed sata and used another power cable from my psu its doesn't change anything.

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check if there are any loose connectors on the drive side and motherboard(if the ports are damaged, cracked)

if those are okey u should get the PSU replaced(u said its still in the warranty period right)

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