- Posts: 2818
- Thank you received: 337
garfi3ld wrote: I have no problem with spinrite, but if it was me I wouldn't be able to use the drive even after its fixed for anything important. Most of my data is worth more to me than the replacement cost of the hard drive. A 1TB drive is 54 bucks on newegg currently.
Plus if its a current drive there is a good chance that it has a 5 year warranty
I have had more trouble with new drives dying than ones that have been running for a year or two. I never put anything important on a new one until it's survived the "infant mortality" period. In general, all drives are teetering on the brink of failure. But in my experience, new ones can be trusted the least.
L0rdG1gabyt3 wrote: I have a hard time even using the factory warranty on a drive for the simple fact you will most likley get a refurb drive in return.
You da man.
garfi3ld wrote: I would agree
Adam bring the drive over to the office and we can back it up until you get it all worked out if needed
We have 937 guests and one member online