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An SSD drive warns of dying


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Samsung magician installed?

I wonder what the software will register.

In general, according to what is written in the drive in good condition, it records in this condition that the amount of writing is large, per drive There is a limited amount of personal writing if your material is backed up I would leave it as long as there is no alert for something being damaged.

The thing is that the amount of writing is estimated, once there is a large free volume like yours it improves the survival of the drive.

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Samsung magician installed?

I wonder what the software will register.

In general, according to what is written in the drive in good condition, it records in this condition that the amount of writing is large, per drive SSD There is a limited amount of personal writing if your material is backed up I would leave it as long as there is no alert for something being damaged.

The thing is that the amount of writing is estimated, once there is a large free volume like yours it improves the survival of the drive.


Is there anything special that can be tested in the software?

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The software records that his condition is good, according to the site of It is expected to survive 114TB of writing that you have been through for a long time, there are alerts that warn of wrong things, you have no such alerts, on the other hand it is at increased theoretical risk. If the material is backed up that is worth it anyway and if it is destroyed you will easily install the disk yourself and the system would not do anything, if you do not know consider replacing although it will also cost you beyond the disk cost, you can do disk backup to another drive with dedicated software.

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The software records that his condition is good, according to the site of סמסונג It is expected to survive 114TB of writing that you have been through for a long time, there are alerts that warn of wrong things, you have no such alerts, on the other hand it is at increased theoretical risk. If the material is backed up that is worth it anyway and if it is destroyed you will easily install the disk yourself and the system would not do anything, if you do not know consider replacing although it will also cost you beyond the disk cost, you can do disk backup to another drive with dedicated software.

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A rare sight of death Close to old age and normal wear and tear.

All the data, along with its age, the amount of information written in it (which I think multiplies by 2 the manufacturer's definition of 100TB of writing) indicates that this drive has long been running at mileage that has not been increased to its engine at all. With the equivalent monetary value of a new contemporary drive of about NIS 100, there is not much to do but bury it with dignity.

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You're sure you have a drive for סמסונג ?

Lol .. yes

 

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A rare sight of death SSD Close to old age and normal wear and tear.

All the data, along with its age, the amount of information written in it (which I think multiplies by 2 the manufacturer's definition of 100TB of writing) indicates that this drive has long been running at mileage that has not been increased to its engine at all. With the equivalent monetary value of a new contemporary drive of about NIS 100, there is not much to do but bury it with dignity.

The truth is that the computer with this drive went 6/24
I wonder if Seeing online is also considered a temporary download / write, so the computer also served as a streamer

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good

 

Not one, not two but three tell you it is impossible 

To refresh / renew / improve the drive in question.

Come on, do his thing and much more.

You are free to use it as long as it attracts, 

And no one in the world can tell you how long it has been.

 

On the other hand, I see no point in withdrawing this discussion ......   :)

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