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Internal drive error sony vaio


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#1 rofiamrullah

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Posted 26 January 2017 - 11:28 PM

my model number is SVF14319SGW, i have problem with my laptop. when its my laptop booting there is a message " Internal Drive Error " , the symstem has detected S.M.A.R.T. error on the internal hdd/sdd. its recomended to back up your data in case of a system failure " 

please help me guys, what should i do ? there  is no another way to change the hdd or sdd ? and my laptop right now its so lag 

thank you very much

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Posted 27 January 2017 - 08:42 AM

I would back up any valued data, as suggested, then run a hard drive diagnostic on the drive in question.

 

https://sony-paa-pa-en-web--paa.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/85346/~/how-to-run-hardware-diagnostics-using-the-vaio-care-version-8-software.

 

If above is not available, an alternative is just to use one of the diagnostic tools available at the websites of the respective hard drive manufacturers.  There are basically 3 manufacturers possible:  Seagate, Western Digital, and all others.  If a Seagate drive, use one of Seagate tools for hard drive diagnostics...if a WD drive, I would use the WD diagnostic.  If any other (such as Toshiba, use the Seagate and run the long extended generic test.

 

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