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i added a 250GB hdd to my pc, every time i try to initialize the disk it gives me this error, ive tried CHKDSK and tried AOMEI but nothing works

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Just now, Electronics Wizardy said:

What is the drive smart data?

does the drive work in anouther system?

im not sure what that means, i dont have any other systems

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Just now, tydraestor said:

im not sure what that means, i dont have any other systems

What hdd model is this?

 

Try crystal disk info.

 

Im guessing bad disk.

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Just now, Electronics Wizardy said:

What hdd model is this?

 

Try crystal disk info.

 

Im guessing bad disk.

ill get crystal disk. its a seagate ST3250312CS

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Just now, tydraestor said:

ill get crystal disk. its a seagate ST3250312CS

Seeing the age of that disk, there is a good change its dead, and i wouldn't trust it, but give crystal disk info a shot.

 

Also try replugging in all the cables and using a different sata port.

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2 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

What hdd model is this?

 

Try crystal disk info.

 

Im guessing bad disk.

it doesnt show up in crystal Disk

 

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Just now, Electronics Wizardy said:

screenshot?

 

crystal disk info, not disk mark, right?

got the right program

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1 minute ago, tydraestor said:

got the right program

Crystal disk.PNG

Thats seems fine, but its a bit older, Id try different ports and cables then.

 

But why are you messing that that old hdd?

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2 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

Thats seems fine, but its a bit older, Id try different ports and cables then.

 

But why are you messing that that old hdd?

I was going to use it as a linux drive. both of my harddrives are relatively old, but both work perfectly

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Just now, tydraestor said:

I was going to use it as a linux drive. both of my harddrives are relatively old, but both work perfectly

Then see if the drives shows up to the linux installer, no reason to touch it in windows.

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Just now, Electronics Wizardy said:

Then see if the drives shows up to the linux installer, no reason to touch it in windows.

ill check!

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