This has begun to annoy me...
perlcat at alltel.net
Fri Feb 1 13:04:48 PST 2008
On Friday 01 February 2008 14:23:27 Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> > You could changing the disk for another. If you get similar messages
> > with the other disk too, then it is probably not the disk which is at
> > fault.
> smartmontools gets error info from DRIVE directly, so it's easy to know if
> it was drive media error or drive communication errors!
> > --
> > <Insert your favourite quote here.>
I have a laptop doing same thing, but even with the occasional spontaneous
reboot, it is still more reliable than Windows, and as I haven't had time to
mess with it, it stays in there. Probably will run dban on the drive, see if
it makes happy.
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