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Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 Troubles

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I have rebooted my machine at least once in 2009. So that rules out some sort of y2k bug.

I am probably on a wild goose chase here, but I am going to spend the night trying to resurrect this drive. I have found a utility that allows sending raw ATA commands to the hard drive. I have found that Ubuntu's liveCDwill not boot with the hard drive attached but Slax will.

If anyone else is interested in mucking around the source code for the utility can be found at:

http://users.tkk.fi/jwagner/electr/ata-query.c

Here is a list of hex ATA commands:

http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/support...sktop/Barracuda 7200.11/100452348e.pdf

Look under section 4.3

I'm fixing the link for you: http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/support.../100452348e.pdf

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KRATSG seems to be from Thailand, Korat Factory. Just search Seagate Thailand.

Maybe someone can question the people there on the problem?

Add my HD information below:

SerialNumber:Model:P/N:Firmware:DateCode:SiteCode:PurchaseDate:FailedDate:USername

===========================================================

9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

I don't think the last 5 digit of my serial matters in this case.

haha, fabio.cillo, you broken the firmware combo chain.

I guess my date of purchase is the earliest among all, I bought on Dec 2007 PC fair.

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That's 11 out of 14 drives now failed in Dec 2008, no matter when the manufacture date is. The plot thickens....

KRATSG seems to be from Thailand, Korat Factory. Just search Seagate Thailand.

Maybe someone can question the people there on the problem?

Add my HD information below:

SerialNumber:Model:P/N:Firmware:DateCode:SiteCode:PurchaseDate:FailedDate:USername

===========================================================

9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

I don't think the last 5 digit of my serial matters in this case.

haha, fabio.cillo, you broken the firmware combo chain.

I guess my date of purchase is the earliest among all, I bought on Dec 2007 PC fair.

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My HD failed this morning after the second reboot this year (I was on vacation for most of Dec.).

It came in an HP computer, though. I think the HP24 firmware is the same as the SD15 firmware.

9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

9QK*****:ST3750630AS:9BX146-621:HP24:08511:TK:Oct2008:7Jan2009:Taiketo

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Hi all,

Now this is how low they can stoop. I am no longer allowed to reply any posts or even view any posts in the Seagate forums. If I login, I see no threads and if I tried to reply to a previous thread, I get this message:

"Sorry, you do not have sufficient privileges for that action.

Please click the Back button on your browser."

I also have this PM from BradC:

"Hi poolcarpet,

I’m

sorry to let you know that your recent posts, Official st31000340as 1TB barracuda epic fail thread., has been removed because it violates

Seagate’s Community Forum guidelines, which prohibit: make sure your

postings are relevant and no spam.

Make sure your postings are relevant.

This forum is provided to allow our users and customers to help each other in

using Seagate products and services. Please stay on topic -- refrain from

discussing personal matters, abusing any company or product, or, in general,

from posting content that is not related to Seagate products and

services.

No spam.

Our forum is provided as a service to our users and customers and is not

intended for the promotion of third party services, products, websites, or

organizations. Please do not post advertisements, junk mail, spam, chain

letters, charity requests, petitions for signatures or any other form of

solicitation.

Please feel free to post a revised message – we value your contributions!

You can review our policies by Clicking Here.

Thanks for your help in keeping the community a friendly, productive environment for all members.

Brad"

I'm sure some of them Seagate moderators must be looking at this forum too, so if you are reading :

"Thanks for your help in keeping the community a friendly, productive environment for all members."

Read this aloud and internalize it. This is what YOU guys need to do instead of deleting posts and pretending that there are no issues when clearly, we are looking at a widespread problem instead of a real hardware issue.

Delete THIS post if you can!

Look, now they even filter out the keyword. Do they really have something to hide????

"Please come here to continue the discussion on the 7200.11 failing out of a sudden!

http://www._____.php?showtopic=128092&...try825197"

Now, I'm posting this - let's see how they filter this out. To everyone else in this forum, please go back to the Seagate forums every now and then and make sure as many new people know how to get here!!

"To all, please go to google and search for "7200.11 fatlip poolcarpet daftmule" - then click on the first link and bookmark it. We are continuing discussions on this 7200.11 failing independently."

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I got soo p***ed off I sent him a long PM.

"BradC,

I see that you have now totally banned me from replying to the forums. Fine, if you cannot keep up with the posts, just shut them up, right? How stupid can this be? I can easily create another login and continue posting.

Look, I am a real person, just like you (I hope you are a real person) - and I want you to put yourself in my (and many other people having the same problem) shoes. I believed in Seagate, I purchased a 500GB 7200.11 to REPLACE my older Western Digital hard disk, believing that Seagate has the quality and reputation. 2 months down the road, the hard disk mysteriously disappears from my BIOS. There were no shocks, no apparent reason why the hard disk would just fail. I initially thought it's a real hardware problem and it's just my fault that I didn't backup my data and trusted the hard disk completely.

When I first came to this forum, I started seeing more and more people having the same problem. What more, most of the drives failed around December 2008 or Nov 08/Jan 09. You call that co-incidence? Further research showed that this problem can be fixed WITHOUT touching any hardware components, by just sending commands to the hard disk. PC3000-UDMA and Salvation Data clearly has the solution for this. Seagate is not acknowledging that this is a problem but just requests users to RMA the drive or pay a few K for data recovery services. To me, this is like a booby trap, and I am not happy about it

Instead of supporting users, you guys then decide to moderate and delete posts when all we are trying to do is discuss and find a way to get our data back off this stupid drive. I have to commend you moderators on your hardwork and persistence. If Seagate have employees as dedicated as you moderators fixing our REAL PROBLEMS, then I'm sure your customer satisfaction will hit the roof. Instead, I am given a drawer statement asking to test the drive, and if i'ts not working, RMA it or send for data recovery. Just because someone messed up on the firmware?? and I lose my data or pay through my nose to recover it??

Send this message to your managers. Send this message to your customer satisfaction manager. Send this message to your CEO Bill Watkins.

I don't think you will, and you will probably just delete this along with other posts which you've done. I am done with Seagate, and Seagate will NEVER get any of my business ever. We will be continuing our discussion in the forum below, and we will figure out how to get our data back. Delete posts in the forum below if you can.

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...mp;#entry825226

P/s: Please don't take this personally, I know you are doing your job - forward this to your manager, customer satisfaction manager and CEO if you will. My email is poolcarpet@yahoo.com if Seagate, by some miracle, decides to contact me.

Good Bye!"

Hi all,

Now this is how low they can stoop. I am no longer allowed to reply any posts or even view any posts in the Seagate forums. If I login, I see no threads and if I tried to reply to a previous thread, I get this message:

"Sorry, you do not have sufficient privileges for that action.

Please click the Back button on your browser."

I also have this PM from BradC:

"Hi poolcarpet,

I’m

sorry to let you know that your recent posts, Official st31000340as 1TB barracuda epic fail thread., has been removed because it violates

Seagate’s Community Forum guidelines, which prohibit: make sure your

postings are relevant and no spam.

Make sure your postings are relevant.

This forum is provided to allow our users and customers to help each other in

using Seagate products and services. Please stay on topic -- refrain from

discussing personal matters, abusing any company or product, or, in general,

from posting content that is not related to Seagate products and

services.

No spam.

Our forum is provided as a service to our users and customers and is not

intended for the promotion of third party services, products, websites, or

organizations. Please do not post advertisements, junk mail, spam, chain

letters, charity requests, petitions for signatures or any other form of

solicitation.

Please feel free to post a revised message – we value your contributions!

You can review our policies by Clicking Here.

Thanks for your help in keeping the community a friendly, productive environment for all members.

Brad"

I'm sure some of them Seagate moderators must be looking at this forum too, so if you are reading :

"Thanks for your help in keeping the community a friendly, productive environment for all members."

Read this aloud and internalize it. This is what YOU guys need to do instead of deleting posts and pretending that there are no issues when clearly, we are looking at a widespread problem instead of a real hardware issue.

Delete THIS post if you can!

Look, now they even filter out the keyword. Do they really have something to hide????

"Please come here to continue the discussion on the 7200.11 failing out of a sudden!

http://www._____.php?showtopic=128092&...try825197"

Now, I'm posting this - let's see how they filter this out. To everyone else in this forum, please go back to the Seagate forums every now and then and make sure as many new people know how to get here!!

"To all, please go to google and search for "7200.11 fatlip poolcarpet daftmule" - then click on the first link and bookmark it. We are continuing discussions on this 7200.11 failing independently."

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Mine is an Nvidia chipset, not Intel. So I don't think it's related to chipset...

Probably is, but I still can't help to wonder if something in the chipset is causing this problem to crop up.

By the way, your GIGABYTE EP45 uses ICH10 as well... may not be an ASUS problem, but maybe an Intel problem still...

I think this is a bug with the HDD firmware not the motherboad as mine is a GIGABYTE GA-EP45-DS4.

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Adding my drive, minus the full serial. By the way, my drive was made in China.

5QJ*****:ST1000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09121:WUXISG:October2008:28Dec2008:Styleman

My HD failed this morning after the second reboot this year (I was on vacation for most of Dec.).

It came in an HP computer, though. I think the HP24 firmware is the same as the SD15 firmware.

9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

9QK*****:ST3750630AS:9BX146-621:HP24:08511:TK:Oct2008:7Jan2009:Taiketo

Edited by Styleman

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The behaviour of Seagate is a pretty disturbing... You would figure that they would know about the streisand effect.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streisand_effect

They should also know that previous engineering failures often indicate that costs escalate greatly with lack of acknowledgement of the issue.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Pinto

Seagate is doing their shareholders a disservice. I hope this issue escalates for them.

On the recovery front:

I have looked further into attempting to issue hardware level SATA commands to the drive, it looks like it is a wild goose chase without special hardware. Linux doesn't allow access to SATA channels that do not have recognized hardware attached AFAIK... Maybe someone knows of a workaround to get hardware level access?

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The links on wikipedia gave me an idea. I searched for Seagate Barracuda and have edited the section for 7200.11 in reference of this problem. Please feel free to register an account at wikipedia and edit if I have made any mistakes/errors.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seagate_Barracuda#7200.11

Putting it on wikipedia, along with the known fixes of using PC3000-UDMA and Salvation Data will surely raise the profile of this.

Really looks like the Streisand effect is happening now!!! :)

Thanks!

The behaviour of Seagate is a pretty disturbing... You would figure that they would know about the streisand effect.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streisand_effect

They should also know that previous engineering failures often indicate that costs escalate greatly with lack of acknowledgement of the issue.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Pinto

Seagate is doing their shareholders a disservice. I hope this issue escalates for them.

On the recovery front:

I have looked further into attempting to issue hardware level SATA commands to the drive, it looks like it is a wild goose chase without special hardware. Linux doesn't allow access to SATA channels that do not have recognized hardware attached AFAIK... Maybe someone knows of a workaround to get hardware level access?

Edited by poolcarpet

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poolcarpet, you're the hero.

We need to make this matter more publicize like writing to local newspaper (In-Tech@Star, Malaysia perhaps) and once this matter can no longer be kept by Seagate, then perhaps they might do something. Imagine their shareholders found out about this mass firmware defects hdds. Expose their ugly head to the world.

Say, is there any progress on getting our precious data back?

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Ok, I removed the PCB and made various operations, all with Tera Terminal.

Now the HD is recognized by the BIOS to 0 bytes.

I search as you for next final step.

No one knows an owner of HD Doctor for rapid sniffing on the COM port for LBA=0 command utility?

Hi, Fabio

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Adding my drive, minus the full serial. By the way, my drive was made in China.

5QJ*****:ST1000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09121:WUXISG:October2008:28Dec2008:Styleman

My HD failed this morning after the second reboot this year (I was on vacation for most of Dec.).

It came in an HP computer, though. I think the HP24 firmware is the same as the SD15 firmware.

9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

9QK*****:ST3750630AS:9BX146-621:HP24:08511:TK:Oct2008:7Jan2009:Taiketo

9QM8DRHL:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15: - (13/Oct/2008):KRATSG:06Dec2008:24Dec2008:roadstarter

Adding my previously failed drive, lifespan 18 days - I returned to seagate.

I got the replacement Jan 6, 2009. I'm dealing with the repaired HDD they sent to me, still with firmware version SD15

Manufactured date is Nov 2008 9QM*****. Running still in good condition. ( 3rd day ).

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I Added my HD information below:

SerialNumber:Model:P/N:Firmware:DateCode:SiteCode:PurchaseDate:FailedDate:USername

===========================================================

9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

9QK*****:ST3750630AS:9BX146-621:HP24:08511:TK:Oct2008:7Jan2009:Taiketo

5QJ*****:ST1000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09121:WUXISG:October2008:28Dec2008:Styleman

9QM8DRHL:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15: - (13/Oct/2008):KRATSG:06Dec2008:24Dec2008:roadstarter

9QM6****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09076(21Aug2008):KRATSG:15Oct2008:29Dec2008:labraticmp3

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Look at the failed dates!!! 14 out of 18 or 77%!! Something must have triggered this failure.... anyone else encountered virus (thumb drive virus) around the same time as when their hard disk failed?? It happened to me, so I'm wondering if that might be a trigger.

I Added my HD information below:

SerialNumber:Model:P/N:Firmware:DateCode:SiteCode:PurchaseDate:FailedDate:USername

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9QM7VZBP:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09146 (09/Oct/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:24Dec2008:poolcarpet

9QM6X90B:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09115 (17/Sep/2008):KRATSG:Oct2008:28Dec2008:DaftMule

9QM6W2JE:ST3500320AS: - :SD15: - : - :5Dec2008:19Dec2008:DerSnoezie

9QM4G4PK:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08503 (16/Jun/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Nov2008:dskbrk

9QM3RWHJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-568:SD81:08464 (20/May/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:23Dec2008:ToKuRo

9QM7KSQJ:ST3500320AS:9BX154-501:SD15:09134 (30/Sep/2008):KRATSG:28Oct2008:07Jan2009:jeroen__online

9QM2MFS6:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08406 (10/Apr/2008):KRATSG:12Apr2008:23Dec2008:quattro150

9QJ0XJ01:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08496 (??):KRATSG:Aug/Sep2008:8Jan2009:Nichev

9QM717SF:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09114:KRATSG:13Oct2008:14Dec2008:PrOdiGy1

9QJ1LESR:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09063:KRATSG:Nov2008:27Dec2008:AVINNC

9QJ1AGEV:ST31000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:08515(2/Jul/2008):KRATSG:Aug2008:Dec2008:Ruddrage

9QM6354J:ST3500820AS:9BX134-505:SD15:09084:KRATSG:July2008:20Dec2008:rainshower

9QM33FL8:STM3500320AS:9GT154-325:MX15:08396:KRTASG:Sep2008:30Dec2008:fabio.cillo

9QM*****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:08367:KRATSG:Dec2007:Dec2008:Death_Angel

9QK*****:ST3750630AS:9BX146-621:HP24:08511:TK:Oct2008:7Jan2009:Taiketo

5QJ*****:ST1000340AS:9BX158-303:SD15:09121:WUXISG:October2008:28Dec2008:Styleman

9QM8DRHL:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15: - (13/Oct/2008):KRATSG:06Dec2008:24Dec2008:roadstarter

9QM6****:ST3500320AS:9BX154-303:SD15:09076(21Aug2008):KRATSG:15Oct2008:29Dec2008:labraticmp3

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