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#1 Oubadah

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 05:34 AM

The more I search this, the more confused I get.

I have a WD20EARX that was used in a PVR for a while, and a couple of days ago I shifted it into a PC. "Raw Read Error Rate" data was at 0 to start with. After writing about 1.5TB to it I happened to notice that the data value is now 3. What does this mean? I have a couple of other WD drives in the PC (one a system drive, the other for programs), and as far as I know the "Raw Read Error Rate" data value has never changed from 0.

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#2 FastMHz

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 11:34 AM

That's fairly typical for the larger drives. The CRC steps in and corrects the data so there is no loss. Almost every one of my > 1TB drives from various manufacturers have accumulated a few of these over the years. It'd only be a problem if it starts incrementing quickly in a short period of time.

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