What range of hard drive temp readings do you get off of something like Speedfan under the SMART tab?ninja edit: Maybe try different cables? Go ahead and get that new 500GB Dec 18, 2012 #6 Dalton Topic Starter Ok I think I will go for it and hope for the best. I mean Hard Drives have all sorts of points of failure, you've got the big spinning disks, the read head that hovers over the surface, tons of motors and moving points. Also - I think it's important to note that it's ALWAYS the C: Drive. Check This Out
and of course it is illogical to buy/use a more expensive psu if you don't need the higher wattage or does not plan to upgrade your other pc parts in the Hahaha! Try another SATA plug too. Furthermore, the 3-pin headers on mobo are designated for fan power which usually provide <1A so how can they juice 3.5" HDDs? my review here
GA-EP45-DS3R · E8500@3.8 · Scythe Ninja+ · 8GB G.Skill DDR2-800 · MSI TwinFrozr HD7850 · Corsair VX450 · Antec Solo180GB i520 SSD · WD1002FAEX · Plextor PX-755SA · HP ZR24w · PSU? Even though I could see that the HDD would spin, the computer never even noticed the drives were there.
unused Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Consider, repairing your grounds, having a working surge suppressor, and battery battery backup to plug your machine into. My board won't notice them now. by samkh / August 9, 2010 12:12 AM PDT In reply to: Hard drives keep failing???
I would think that the chances of that are astronomical. Can Motherboard Damage Hard Drive But, that's probably painfully obvious to you, lol. HDD went out the 1st time. In regards to the systems...one needed 450-500ish watts, this one needs 555ish, so if a 750 watt corsair degraded that much in just two years I'll be pretty It is possible
Does anyone else have access to your computer? My friend made her monitor a freaky color with her shitty quality speaker. Possibly a short in one of those is causing a corruption. Though, I guess that wouldn't make much sense if the PC is on unless it turned off for power saving or something, and the person had a really shitty set of
I've tried putting the drive in 3 different computers...still dead. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/sata-motherboard-port-killing-my-hard-drives.188064/ You can choose either SATA 1-4 or 5-6. Motherboard Killing Hard Drives SATA ports are simple and they should have all the connections needed. Psu Killed Hdd Quote #11 Thu Mar 27, 2008 9:03 pm I had a similar problem that went away when I installed some hard drive coolers with fans.
This has to be a voltage issue, but how the fuck do I isolate that? http://codecreview.com/hard-drive/computer-not-recognizing-hard-drives-capacity.html encountered the particular MSI mobo you possess but I have dealt with several models of MSI and none of them include SATA cables with dual plugs as you described. Quote #12 Thu Mar 27, 2008 9:17 pm I don't know if this is precisely echoing what was said or not, but here's my take on HDD failures:1) Improper mounting. Have a very merry Christmas!
I took my quad core and the rest of the components and put them into a different case, different power supply. Hopefully I won't be rebumping this thread in a few months..... Quote #4 Thu Mar 27, 2008 5:20 pm its an Antec True430http://www.antec.com/us/productDetails.php?ProdID=20430Antec has replaced a faulty power supply once already a few years back Top Inkling Gold subscriber TR Staff this contact form And while I understand that this PSU should be high enough rated to support everything, understand that PSU's can degrade and go bad.
Do not take my word as law in any other fields, it is not professional advice.0 Satsumomo Rated PG! I could not believe my luck. You MUST always connect the SATA power plug from the PSU to all HDDs.
Find a multimeter2. After doing all the installation, my hard drive starting giving me a bad smell. Top gubbar924 Gerbil Team Leader Topic Author Posts: 265 Joined: Wed Feb 27, 2002 7:00 pm Re: Why does my computer keep killing hard drives? At $50 each, you probably aren't going to stumble over a tiny block of death.
If so, just go into the BIOS and watch it for awhile to see if they're going out of range frequently. Make sure the 3.3v, 5v, and 12v lines are outputting at those specs (give or take a 5% deviation). Tried again all of a sudden smoke starts poring from my £300 mpower max motherboard so I shut it down. navigate here Reply to homerlvsbeer MrGoATiSep 15, 2016, 9:22 PM homerlvsbeer said: I just got a gtx980 and needed a psu upgrade cause my power cooler psu was only.650watts I saw a cx750m
what kind of speakers do you have? Just fitted it last night as I turned on I heard a click, then a smell of burning so I powered off. Let me explain why I don't think it's the power supply...this case used to house my old parts - a quadcore setup, evga mobo, evga 8800gt, etc. In fact, it's what I'm using to talk to you guys right now.
Why have 4 red and 2 blue?