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Should i worry bout it?


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Roohan Nawaz

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Hi

i was checking my pc details on Hardware monitor,and i saw this yellow mark beside one my HDD,at the bottom it was written [green=good ,yellow=warning].what kind of warning should i worry about it or just leave it the way it is?

 



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Download this https://crystalmark....rystaldiskinfo/ and tell us what it says



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It might just be fragmentation issues, look on google how to de-fragment your hdd and if its related to that then it should be it. It might also means you are running out of space


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It might just be fragmentation issues, look on google how to de-fragment your hdd and if its related to that then it should be it. It might also means you are running out of space

yes im running out of space.



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Always keep 15% of free space of the whole amount of place you have on your hdd.

 

If there is a scheduled defragmentation or even manual one, you won't be able to proceed it and will bring you problems.

 

Free some place and retry the scan, pudding told you about.


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Reallocated sector counts means there were bad sectors on your drive but they were already been replaced with spares. In short their logical block addresses have been reallocated to other physical sectors.

 

Clear some space, do the scan again. You can download HD Tune as well and do the error check scan also or run "chkdsk" over command prompt to scan the drives. I wouldn't worry to much for a few bad sectors because it's been running for 31983 hours but still keep an eye out for more bad sectors if they appear.



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Keep an eye, if more sectors appears, back everything up and swap hdd, dont fill it up to the top, thats never a good idea. Another advice? Buy 1TB or more


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