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  1. David CLAVERIE

    LACIE 8BIG - st3000dm001 DISK

    hi I have big problem on my 8BIG LACIE i have st3000dm001 disk in IT but i need spare to rebuild my array this disk barracuda doesnt exist WHAT disk i have to buy NOW? becaus i see that it will be identik to rebuil the array of my raid systeme!!! Thanks for your help David
  2. I have a Seagate 3TB (ST3000DM001) that I have had some trouble with. Seatools for DOS (the only versions I have managed to run) claims that it is OK, but according to HD Tune it has 57848 retired sectors. I'm not able to run Seatools for Windows. The disk controller is set to AHCI in BIOS. I have read that the disk shouldn't be in AHCI, but when I change that I'm not able to boot. The disk is still under warranty and I would like to return it, but I'm not sure that the shop will take it back as long as Seatools claims that it is OK. Does anyone have any advice?
  3. amunoztico

    Mix 7200RPM and 5900RPM

    Dear friends.. I have to replace one drive ST3000DM001 , so I'm thinking about to get one ST3000VN000 (5900 RPM) or one ST3000VX000. I don't have to buy more ST3000DM001 since I have had issues with those drives. One more question: What can of problem could have if I mix hard drives with different RPM (5900 and 7200) under a RAID-5? (I have a DS413j) TWO -> - 7200 RPM = Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 7200 RPM 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive ST3000DM001 ONE -> - 5900 RPM = Seagate NAS HDD 3TB SATA 6GB NCQ 64 MB Cache Bare Drive ST3000VN000 Thanks for your posts.