ad10: WARNING - READ_DMA UDMA ICRC error (retrying request)
unix at dominique-werner.com
Wed Aug 10 17:42:55 GMT 2005
It's sad isn't it, Mike..I don't know what the hd manufacturers are
doing to the HD drives..ok, the systems get faster, there's usually bad
cooling unless you build your own system...but even if you get enough
cooling that won't change a thing some hds are prone to die an early
death such as the Maxtors..I used to love Maxtor and hated Seagate now
it's the other way around but my #1 HD still is Western Digital...I have
an old Maxtor drive here 6 gb that's still running perfectly, just like
3 40gb Seagate Barracuda and Western Digital Caviar...I had a 120gb
Hitachi that died after 1 yr of use...
Mike Jakubik wrote:
>On Wed, August 10, 2005 6:37 am, Dmitry Mityugov said:
>>There are Maxtor MaXLine II and III, and perhaps several other models,
>>that are supposed to work 24/7.
>Right, i have a dead 250GB Maxline Plus II drive on my desk, only after
>about 1.5 years. At least its still on warranty.
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