Re: program to mount a HD with broken index (?)?
- From: Arno Wagner <me@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 15 May 2008 23:47:44 GMT
Previously cpliu <spamfreeliu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
So this is a hardware problem and not a system problem? I can retreive
the files but it takes a long time to compare. It would be nicer if I
can mount it to desktop and compare folder sizes to decide which files
I may not have backup copies.
I think this is a hardware problem, yes.
This is a replacement drive. Gee they give you a refurbished drive
that does not last even more than 3 months. What a crap. I will not
buy any Seagate drive again. None of them survive more than 2 years.
They used to be good, just like IBM. However theri new "made in
china" drives are really bad, and that they let them get to
market is a strong reason not to buy Seagate again until their
is good reason to believe they got their act together again.
I think currently you can only buy Samsung or Hitachi. WD
is really as bad as the rumours are, with drives that have
long error recovery latency. And Maxtor, well, don't think I
need to comment. I used to think thet their drive quality would
improve when Seagate bought them, but it seems to have worked
out the other way round.
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