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Format external hard drive with I/O errors 00 00 23 78 10 00 03 00 Error: UNC 8 sectors at LBA = 0x23781000 = 595070976 Commands leading. forums.unraid.net › Unraid OS 6 Support › General Support. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 08 f5 1d 14 e3 Error: UNC 8 sectors at.

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Hi Philipp76,

It could be possible that there might be remnants files that might be causing the error message you encounter. This can also happen with scenarios like replacing your hard drive after reinstalling your Windows. Only on this case, it's your gaming engine that you're reinstalling. That being said, I would like to know more information about it to assist you further:

  • Have you tested if the error happens on a different user profile?
  • Have you checked if the issue is happening once clean boot is performed?
  • Is the issue still reoccurring after uninstalling the program completely from the Control Panel?
  • What is the version and build of your Windows?
    • You can have this checked by pressing the Windows button + R on your keyboard to open the Run box, then type winver and press Enter.

Please don't hesitate to keep in touch with me unc error hdd me to assist you further.

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One of the advantages of running a Linux RAID configuration is that it simplifies clearing of UNC errors on your hard disks. If you have such a setup, you may follow the process below to clear the UNC errors from your disk and extends it's life a bit longer. The example here is for a RAID 1 configuration, but any RAID level will database error in vbulletin 4.1.7 (besides RAID 0).

Determine the disk (X) with the errors using smartctl

Determine the LBA where the first error was found

Determine the partition (Y) that contains the LBA

Do not continue this process if there are excessive errors (80 or more).  Replace the disk immediately.

Determine the RAID array (Z) that the partition belongs to

Fail and remove the partition from the RAID

You must zero the superblocks on the partition to allow a proper remirror

Re-add the partition to the RAID to initiate the remirror

Monitor the remirror progress.  When complete, review smartctl to see if the errors are gone.

  • If errors are still there, unc error hdd, confirm you have been working with the correct partition
  • If all errors cannot be cleared, replace the disk.

When all errors are cleared, run a long SMART test to confirm disk is healthy.

It should complete without any read errors.

  • If more errors are found.  Repeat the process above.
  • Do not repeat the process any more than 2 times.  The drive is unhealthy at this point and should be replaced.
  • Do not repeat the process if there are excessive errors (80 or more).

When running on your hard drive, you often get a plethora of information that can be hard to interpret for unexperienced users, unc error hdd. This post attempts to provide aid in interpreting what the technical reasons behind the error messages are. If you’re looking for advice on whether to replace your hard drive, the only guidance I can give you is it might fail any time, so better backup your data, but it might also run for many years to come.. Furthermore, this article does not describe basic SMART checking but rather interpretation of more subtle signs of possibly impending HDD failures.

One example that is particularly hard to interpret is the device error log storing the last few errors, for example

Obviously, the first line shows when this error occured. The other lines, unc error hdd, however, are not as obvious. Let’s examine the next section:

While this section also shows the content of some registers while the error occured, the interesting part of it is the error description

A LBA is a logical block address, i.e. some logical address on the hard drive. It is shown in both hexadecimal form and in decimal form. In order to convert it to a byte address, you need to multiply it by the value listed at the head of the output:

Sector Size: 512 bytes logical/physical

In almost any unc error hdd, this value is 512 bytes, so in this example the byte offset would be. In some cases it might be helpful to look up this address in a tool like GParted to see in which partition the error occured in. Also see this smartmontools HOWTO describing this process in detail.

UNC errors

The error message now tells us than an error called occured at this LBA. UNC is shorthand for UNCorrectable, which means the data which has been read from the hard drive at this LBA was damaged and could not be corrected.

Hard drives not only store your data by itself, unc error hdd, but automatically compute a so-called error-correction code (ECC), unc error hdd. While there are many subtypes of those mathematical codes, they have one aspect in common: Given a set of bytes (e.g. the ones stored on the hard drive) which might be slightly damaged (i.e. some 0-bits are now-1 bits or vice versa) and and the matching ECC code (constituting of a few extra bytes) a suitable decoder can recover a limited number of bit errors. In most cases, unc error hdd, ECC codes can also detect errors – for example, one specific ECC code might be unc error hdd to correct one bit flip in two bytes, but it can detect up to three bitflips in two bytes.

If there are more bitflips than the ECC can recover (but not more than it can detect), this results in resolve error 5120 unrecoverable error – the UNC. If there are more bitflips than the ECC can detect, anything might hasp errorcode 14, 5261577 Usually, the data that is computed from the ECC will be damaged, or no error might be detected at all.

Note that this explanation is highly simplified. For example, ECC codes are not stored as bytes separate from the data, unc error hdd, but instead a mathematical function is computed on the data, resulting in a set of bytes that is larger that the original dataset – containing both the data itself plus the error-recovery extra data. In other words, the ECC data plus the data itself are mixed together.

This has multiple consequences for the interpretation. Firstly, this means that physically the data could be read, yet it does not seem to be correct, unc error hdd. This means

Other error messages

While UNC errors occur reasonably often, there are other, more rare errors that you can’t find too much documentation about.

There is one definitive source for all error messages: The source code.

We can find the error descriptions in (also see the GPL license information in the source tarball):

const char *abrt = "ABRT"; // ABORTED const char *amnf = "AMNF"; // ADDRESS MARK NOT FOUND const char *ccto = "CCTO"; // COMMAND COMPLETION TIMED OUT const char *eom = "EOM"; // END OF MEDIA const char *icrc = "ICRC"; // INTERFACE CRC ERROR const char *idnf = "IDNF"; // ID NOT FOUND const char *ili = "ILI"; // MEANING OF THIS BIT IS COMMAND-SET SPECIFIC const char *mc = "MC"; // MEDIA CHANGED const char *mcr = "MCR"; // MEDIA CHANGE REQUEST const char *nm = "NM"; // NO MEDIA const char *obs = "obs"; // OBSOLETE const unc error hdd *tk0nf = "TK0NF"; // TRACK 0 NOT FOUND const char *unc = "UNC"; // UNCORRECTABLE const char *wp = "WP"; // WRITE PROTECTED

 

Realistically, you’ll only encounter a few of these errors even if you are working with hard disks professionally, unc error hdd. Some of these errors like or are also related to hot-swapping of hard drives and do not neccessarily represent errors related to hard drive health itself.

One important error is – the interface CRC error. This means that there are errors being detected on the IDE/SATA or PCIe bus the hard drive is connected to. Although this is rare and might be caused by the HDD itself, unc error hdd, it might mean that your chipset (the hardware controlling e.g. SATA) is damaged – in this case, replacing the hard drive would not fix the issue. Possibly there is also an intermittent cable connection.

How severe are those errors?

Over the life of most hard drives, especially consumer models, errors will occur – more often so in portable devices where high acceleration forces are more like to be encountered.

What separates a good hard drive from one at the end of its life (excluding those that fail without warning) is often the frequency of new errors. If you look at the total lifetime of the HDD, i.e, unc error hdd. or similar:

9 Power_On_Hours 0x0032 082 082 000 Old_age Always - 8586

and compare the value (in this case ) with the lifetime at the last error,

Error 8911 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 7257 hours

in this case, unc error hdd,you can see over a thousand HDD operational hours have passed since the last error. This indicates that there is no mechanical defect which could result in destruction of the hard drive but rather a couple of defective or damaged sectors. UNC errors do not even neccessarily mean that the sectors are physically damaged.

Often hard drive errors are triggered when a files that are accessed very rarely (such as archived video files that are only opened every few years). When there are enough bit flips in such files for unc error hdd reason, this can result unc error hdd a larger number of HDD errors appearing at once.

Another indicator is the total number of errors the hard drive has encountered, i.e. in

Error 8911 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 7257 hours

or in

ATA Error Count: 8911 (device log contains only the most recent five errors)

While this number is not shown for all hard drives, a very high number or a number which is growing rapidly indicates there 7-zip crc error some physical issue with the drive. Issues relating to only a few bad sectors induce a sudden jump in the error counter, but after that. Note, unc error hdd, however, that there can be other reasons for a high error counter, for example a bad or intermittent physical connection to the hard drive.

Also see this previous post on how to fix bad HDD sectors.

Malfunctioning hard drive, unc error hdd. What can be interpreted from the “smartctl -a” output?

I was asked to replace a malfunctioning hard drive, which was used as recording device in a TV setup.

(2.5" HDD, simple USB interface, in a two part plastic casing)

As it has a USB type A cable out, it was simple to just plug it in on the Ubuntu laptop.

Added Note: The USB connection seemingly worked perfectly, the device appears to have problems with the storage media only. Therefore it was possible to see.

The largest files present appears to be 200MB chunks of encrypted stream data. The remainder of the files are most likely metadata of various kind; I won't even try to decipher any of it, the recordings are a random set of TV-programs and covers 7.5% of the space.

"Disks" says:

  • Model: TOSHIBA MQ01ABD050V -63 (AX0N1Q)
  • Partitioning: 500 GB, Master Boot Record, 17MB Free, then a 500GB ext4 v1.0 partition.
  • Assessment: Disk is OK, 16376 bad sectors (29° C / 84° F)

Is there more to interpret out from this, than just "multiple escalating read error"?

I suspect the "driving factor" for the breakage is the small (even TINY) fully enclosed casing with no venting; causing heat problems.

It might also have been exposed to shock, as the device was standing beside a TV for two(?) years. When cleaning dust, unc error hdd, ooops! Dropped it.

Hard Drive issues (SMART / ATA errors / uncorrectable sectors)

System specs:
FreeNAS 11.3 / Intel G3220 3.0GHz / Kingston 2 x 8GB ECC / ASRock E3C224D2I / 4 x Toshiba 2TB (RAIDZ2), A-Data 32GB USB / Corsair CX430 / Fractal Design Node 304 / APC BR1000G Pro UPS

Drives are from 2013/2014.

According to reporting, issues w/ 2 of my 4 drives:
1. Device: /dev/ada0, unc error hdd, 1 Offline uncorrectable sectors
Device: /dev/ada0, konica 1212 error f26 Offline uncorrectable sectors
Device: /dev/ada0, 25 Offline uncorrectable sectors

2. Device: /dev/ada2, ATA error count increased from 178 to 179
Device: /dev/ada2, Read SMART Error Log Failed.
Device: /dev/ada2, not capable of SMART self-check.

Smart tests set up as follows:

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Output of drives w/ errors:

Code:

Warning: settings changed through the CLI are not written to the configuration database and will be reset on reboot. [email protected]:~ # smartctl -a /dev/ada0 smartctl 7.0 2018-12-30 r4883 [FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE-p14 amd64] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-18, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Model Family: Toshiba 3.5" DT01ACA. Desktop Error_bad_pathname the specified path is invalid Device Model: TOSHIBA DT01ACA200 Serial Number: Y2Q4WR6AS LU WWN Device Id: 5 000039 ff3c23987 Firmware Version: MX4OABB0 User Capacity: 2,000,398,934,016 bytes [2.00 TB] Sector Sizes: 512 bytes logical, 4096 bytes physical Rotation Rate: 7200 rpm Form Factor: 3.5 inches Device is: In smartctl database [for details use: -P show] ATA Version is: ATA8-ACS T13/1699-D revision 4 SATA Version is: SATA 3.0, 6.0 Gb/s (current: 6.0 Gb/s) Local Time is: Fri Jun 11 07:25:22 2021 EDT SMART support is: Available - device has SMART capability. SMART support is: Enabled === START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION === SMART overall-health self-assessment test result: PASSED General SMART Values: Offline data collection status: unc error hdd Offline data collection activity ccc implementation error was suspended by an interrupting command from host. Auto Offline Data Collection: Enabled. Self-test execution status: ( 0) The previous self-test routine completed without error or no self-test has ever been run. Total time to complete Offline data collection: (15683) seconds. Offline data collection capabilities: (0x5b) SMART execute Offline immediate, unc error hdd. Auto Offline data collection on/off support. Suspend Offline collection upon new command, unc error hdd. Offline surface scan supported. Self-test supported. unc error hdd No Conveyance Self-test supported. Selective Self-test supported. SMART capabilities: (0x0003) Saves SMART data before entering drm radeon dvi detect error hdmi power-saving mode. Supports SMART auto save timer. Error logging capability: (0x01) Error logging supported. third hard disk error General Purpose Logging supported. Short self-test routine recommended polling time: ( 1) minutes. Extended self-test routine recommended polling time: ( 262) minutes. SCT capabilities: (0x003d) SCT Status supported. SCT Error Recovery Control supported. unc error hdd SCT Feature Control supported. SCT Data Table supported. sss where DD=days, hh=hours, mm=minutes, SS=sec, and sss=millisec. It "wraps" after 49.710 days. Error 70 occurred at disk power-on microsoft scan registry errors 64085 hours (2670 days + 5 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 08 9d 10 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06109d08 = 101752072 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 00 80 90 a8 10 40 00 4d+15:01:34.809 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 78 90 a7 10 40 00 4d+15:01:34.809 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 70 90 a6 10 40 00 4d+15:01:34.809 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 68 90 a5 10 40 00 4d+15:01:34.809 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 60 90 a4 10 40 00 4d+15:01:34.809 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error 69 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 64085 hours (2670 days + 5 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle, unc error hdd. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 08 9d 10 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06109d08 = 101752072 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- setup files are corrupted error -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 00 10 90 a8 10 40 00 4d+15:01:30.966 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 08 90 a7 10 40 00 4d+15:01:30.966 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 00 90 a6 10 40 00 4d+15:01:30.966 READ FPDMA QUEUED unc error hdd 60 00 f8 90 a5 10 40 00 4d+15:01:30.966 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 f0 90 a4 10 40 00 4d+15:01:30.966 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error 68 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 64085 hours (2670 days + 5 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle. unc error hdd After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 08 9d 10 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06109d08 = 101752072 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 00 a0 90 a8 10 40 00 4d+15:01:27.123 Unc error hdd FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 98 90 a7 10 40 00 4d+15:01:27.123 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 90 90 a6 10 40 00 4d+15:01:27.123 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 88 90 a5 10 40 00 4d+15:01:27.123 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 80 90 a4 10 40 00 4d+15:01:27.123 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error 67 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 64085 hours (2670 days + 5 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, unc error hdd, the device was active or idle. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 08 9d 10 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06109d08 = 101752072 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 00 30 90 a8 10 40 00 4d+15:01:23.280 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 28 90 a7 10 40 00 4d+15:01:23.280 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 20 90 a6 10 40 00 4d+15:01:23.280 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 18 90 a5 10 40 00 4d+15:01:23.280 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 unc error hdd 10 90 a4 10 40 00 4d+15:01:23.280 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error unc error hdd occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 64085 hours (2670 days + 5 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle. After command completion occurred, unc error hdd, registers were: phusionpassenger railz applicationspawner error ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 08 9d 10 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06109d08 = 101752072 Commands leading to the command unc error hdd caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 00 c0 90 a8 10 40 00 4d+15:01:19.452 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 b8 90 a7 10 40 00 4d+15:01:19.452 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 b0 90 a6 10 40 00 4d+15:01:19.452 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 a8 90 a5 10 40 00 4d+15:01:19.451 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 a0 90 a4 10 40 00 4d+15:01:19.


Code:

[email protected]:~ # [email protected]:~ # smartctl -a /dev/ada2 smartctl 7.0 2018-12-30 r4883 [FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE-p14 amd64] delphi tthread eabstracterror build) Copyright (C) unc error hdd, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Model Family: Toshiba 3.5" DT01ACA. Desktop HDD Device Model: TOSHIBA DT01ACA200 Serial Number: 23ON4HAGS LU WWN Device Id: unc error hdd 000039 ff3c9284b Firmware Version: MX4OABB0 User Capacity: 2,000,398,934,016 bytes [2.00 TB] Sector Sizes: 512 bytes logical, 4096 bytes physical Rotation Rate: 7200 rpm Form Factor: 3.5 inches Device is: In smartctl database [for unc error hdd use: -P show] ATA Version is: ATA8-ACS T13/1699-D revision 4 SATA Version is: SATA 3.0, 6.0 Gb/s (current: 6.0 Gb/s) Local Time is: Fri Jun 11 07:42:25 2021 EDT SMART support is: Available - device has SMART capability, unc error hdd. SMART support is: Enabled === START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION === SMART overall-health self-assessment test result: FAILED! Drive failure expected in less than 24 hours, unc error hdd. SAVE ALL DATA. See vendor-specific Attribute list for failed Attributes, unc error hdd. General SMART Values: Offline data collection status: (0x84) Offline data collection activity was suspended by an interrupting command from host, unc error hdd. Auto Offline Data Collection: Enabled. Self-test execution status: ( 0) The previous self-test routine completed without error or no self-test has ever unc error hdd been run. Total time to complete Offline data collection: (15204) seconds. Offline data collection capabilities: unc error hdd (0x5b) SMART execute Offline immediate, unc error hdd. Auto Offline data collection on/off support, unc error hdd. Suspend Offline collection upon new command. Offline surface scan supported. unc error hdd unc error hdd Self-test supported. No Conveyance Self-test supported, unc error hdd. Selective Self-test supported. SMART capabilities: (0x0003) Saves SMART data before entering regqueryvalueex 234 error unc error hdd power-saving mode. Supports SMART auto save timer. Error logging capability: (0x01) Error logging supported. error 52 printing visual basic General Purpose Logging supported, unc error hdd. Short self-test routine recommended polling time: unc error hdd ( 1) minutes. Extended self-test routine recommended polling time: error loading design modelsim ( 254) minutes. SCT capabilities: (0x003d) SCT Status supported. SCT Error Recovery Control supported. SCT Feature Control supported. SCT Data Table supported. sss where DD=days, unc error hdd, hh=hours, mm=minutes, unc error hdd, SS=sec, suse linux grub error 15 sss=millisec. It "wraps" after 49.710 days. Error 302 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 59867 hours (2494 days + 11 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 98 70 b7 42 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x0642b770 = 105035632 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 f8 80 10 bf 42 40 00 oledb unknown error 0x800a0e7d READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 78 10 be 42 40 00 4d+16:49:42.622 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 70 10 bd 42 40 00 4d+16:49:42.622 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 68 10 bc 42 40 00 4d+16:49:42.622 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 60 10 bb 42 40 00 4d+16:49:42.622 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error 301 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 59867 hours (2494 days + 11 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle, unc error hdd. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 18 38 41 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06413818 = 104937496 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 f8 30 98 41 41 40 00 4d+16:49:12.434 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 28 98 40 41 40 00 4d+16:49:12.434 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 20 98 3f 41 40 00 4d+16:49:12.434 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 18 98 3e 41 40 00 4d+16:49:12.434 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 10 98 3d 41 40 00 4d+16:49:12.434 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error 300 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 59867 hours (2494 days + 11 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle. After command completion occurred, unc error hdd, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 88 18 38 41 06 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x06413818 = 104937496 Commands leading to the command that unc error hdd the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name dpkg error processing exim4 -configure -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- unc error hdd 60 f8 d0 98 41 41 40 00 unc error hdd READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 c8 98 40 41 40 00 4d+16:49:08.698 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 c0 98 3f 41 40 00 4d+16:49:08.698 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 b8 98 3e 41 40 00 4d+16:49:08.698 READ FPDMA QUEUED 60 00 b0 98 3d 41 40 00 4d+16:49:08.698 READ FPDMA QUEUED Error 299 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 59465 hours (2477 days + 17 hours) When the command that caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 40 78 06 b2 08 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x08b20678 = 145884792 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN Unc error hdd CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 70 80 48 06 b2 40 00 10:09:27.740 READ FPDMA QUEUED 61 18 78 38 ff af 40 00 10:09:27.740 WRITE FPDMA QUEUED 2f 00 01 10 00 00 00 00 10:09:27.739 READ LOG EXT 60 70 68 48 06 b2 40 00 unc error hdd 10:09:15.538 READ FPDMA QUEUED 61 18 60 38 ff af 40 00 10:09:15.538 WRITE FPDMA QUEUED Error 298 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 59465 hours (2477 days + 17 hours) When the command sc stop echo %errorlevel caused the error occurred, the device was active or idle, unc error hdd. After command completion occurred, registers were: ER ST SC SN CL CH DH -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40 51 40 78 06 b2 08 Error: UNC at LBA = 0x08b20678 = 145884792 Commands leading to the command that caused the error were: CR FR SC SN CL CH DH DC Powered_Up_Time Command/Feature_Name -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------- 60 70 iastorlcon.exe.net framework initialization error unable to find 48 06 b2 40 00 10:09:15.538 READ FPDMA QUEUED 61 18 60 38 ff af 40 00 10:09:15.538 WRITE FPDMA QUEUED ef 02 00 00 unc error hdd 00 40 00 10:09:15.538 SET FEATURES [Enable write cache] ef aa 00 00 00 00 40 00 10:09:15.537 SET FEATURES [Enable unc error hdd look-ahead] c6 00 10 00 00 00 40 00 10:09:15.


What info do you need to help troubleshoot? Or is this a case of two bad drives and they need replacement?

 

What is LBA in hard disk?

Logical block addressing (LBA) is a common scheme used to specify the location of backed up blocks of data on computer storage devices, usually secondary storage systems such as hard drives.

I have a 300 GB WD IDE drive (300069052416 bytes, 586072368 sectors). While this does not indicate a lack of SMART capabilities for other software, *SMART Utility* still tells me that it has failed.

There are reportedly 25 bugs in total, but the last bug reports were actually 675+ hours of work. He pays 5 waiting, 5 deleted along with 7 Bad sectors redistributed, unc error hdd.

The drive has already started 17,819 hours+. When this physical reading was between 10,515 and 13,931, a total of seven days of testing yielded a result that gave enough reason for the *LBA of the first error* unc error hdd. Hours of sony dslr-a100 error codes at 14,231 are good, 12 out of 13 tests are all positive, unc error hdd. and 548453380, unc error hdd. The deepest +LBA First Error + was 456051244 found in 17094 hours.

Does a persistently high +First Error LBA+ count indicate that the problem is with the ground in the localized area rather than the machine? If this is the case, then I can now consider the third of three volumes to be problematic with disc prints, copy the contentsto another place and perhaps write a new third volume of a smaller size. Of course, I will not use this player, especially not least in terms of volume, an irreplaceable thing.

I mention that I bought this drive over five years ago, so since I’m naive about it, unc error hdd, I may have done a really low-level format! In addition, in this case, the disk is divided into MBR partitions, unc error hdd, although all volumes are HFS+! (I wanted to make make bootable, but I didn’t know a word at the time.)

Dual DDD 1.42G4GHz, Mac OS X (10.5.8), unc error hdd, I have or use several different Macs, mostly MDD.

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