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 Post subject: Victoria 4.46b reports some Warings on new HDDs, serious?
PostPosted: March 28th, 2015, 8:09 
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Hello,

I bought two Hitachi HUA723020ALA641 form here:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Hitachi-A7K3000- ... _cvip=true

They are manufactured in July-2012 and I want to use them in my PC in an Raid1.

So at first I checked them with Victoria 4.46b free from Hirens BootCD. Victoria reported some Warnings as showed below:

150326_eventlog_YGHY3NHA.txt

11:48:01 : Starting Victoria 4.46b Freeware (12.08.2008), 1xCPU, 2806.54 MHz, Windows XP found.
11:48:01 : API access enabled, device #1
12:12:14 : Get passport... OK
12:12:14 : 48bit access enabled
12:12:14 : Model: Hitachi HUA723020ALA641; Capacity: 3907029168 LBAs; SN: YGHY3NHA; FW: MK7OA840
12:12:39 : Get passport... OK
12:12:39 : Recallibration... OK
12:12:39 : Starting Reading, LBA=0..3907029167, sequential access, timeout 10000ms
-->13:48:12 : Warning! Block start at 1656299520 = 203 ms
-->14:48:12 : Warning! Block start at 2539529472 = 219 ms
16:16:38 : Surface scan resumption
16:17:46 : Command interrupted by user!
16:18:06 : Get passport... OK
16:18:06 : Recallibration... OK
16:18:28 : Starting Reading, LBA=2938634496..3907029167, sequential access, timeout 10000ms
-->16:48:12 : Warning! Block start at 3296022784 = 250 ms

and the second:

150327_eventlog_YFHYT98A.txt

11:26:46 : Starting Victoria 4.46b Freeware (12.08.2008), 1xCPU, 2806.53 MHz, Windows XP found.
11:26:46 : API access enabled, device #1
11:26:46 : Get passport... OK
11:26:46 : 48bit access enabled
11:26:46 : Model: Hitachi HUA723020ALA641; Capacity: 3907029168 LBAs; SN: YFHYT98A; FW: MK7OA840
11:26:55 : Get passport... OK
11:26:55 : Model: Hitachi HUA723020ALA641; Capacity: 3907029168 LBAs; SN: YFHYT98A; FW: MK7OA840
11:27:19 : Get passport... OK
11:27:19 : Recallibration... OK
11:27:19 : Starting Reading, LBA=0..3907029167, sequential access, timeout 10000ms
-->12:09:15 : Warning! Block start at 751900416 = 204 ms
-->13:09:15 : Warning! Block start at 1740615936 = 204 ms
-->14:09:15 : Warning! Block start at 2609936128 = 235 ms
15:02:54 : Command interrupted by user!
15:02:56 : Get passport... OK
15:02:56 : Recallibration... OK
15:03:19 : Starting Reading, LBA=2881746175..3907029167, sequential access, timeout 10000ms
-->15:09:15 : Warning! Block start at 2956010751 = 235 ms
-->16:09:15 : Warning! Block start at 3631735551 = 297 ms
-->16:09:16 : Warning! Block start at 3631735807 = 203 ms


Are these Warnings problematic? Should I return the HDDs for change or refund?

Thank you for your help!


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 Post subject: Re: Victoria 4.46b reports some Warings on new HDDs, serious
PostPosted: March 30th, 2015, 10:17 
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Make couple of scans to see if the problem will repeat in the same spot.

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 Post subject: Re: Victoria 4.46b reports some Warings on new HDDs, serious
PostPosted: March 30th, 2015, 13:03 
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i would check with another tool

i would recomend hd tune ( free ) or try hard disk sentinel ( paid) but better than average for what you want :)

hard disk sentinel can do random block check tests :)


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