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I was working on my labtop suddenly it hanged.When I restarted it was stuck on starting windows page.Then I came to know that may be hardisk is failing.Then i took out my internal hardisk connected with another labtop recovered my data and formatted the hardisk.Now I inserted my hardisk and it is empty.Using vaio care Assist button I tried to recover but it failed at 47%.Then I pressed F2 and it gave a message that Smart failure prediction error on my hardisk.Then using hardware Disk Verify Repair I tried to fix the error but it is stuck on 1 perecent.NOw what should I do?How do I know that my hardisk is gone now and I cant do anything and I have to replace it.Please Help I need suggestion

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SMART are diagnostics and monitoring software built into most modern discs. There are tools to view what it has discovered about the disc. However, from what you are saying, I would say that the disc is fubar and does need to be replaced. Some of the more important information SMART can monitor about the disc:

  1. Read Error Rate
  2. Reallocated Sector Count (a critical metric)
  3. Seek Error Rate
  4. Temperature
  5. Uncorrectable Sector Count
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SMART stands for Self Monitoring And Reporting Technology. If SMART says your drive has had it then the only fix there is is to get a new one.

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