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How do I interpret SMART attributes of my HDD?


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#1 nukie

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Posted 16 May 2017 - 12:05 AM

Hello, 

 

I am worried that my HDD is on its last legs and I've been told to look at my SMART attributes. 

 

I've used Speccy to find my SMART attributes but I don't know how to interpret it. I've looked online but I'm still struggling.

 

Any help? I've posted the results below if that makes it easier.

 

Thanks.

 

 

S.M.A.R.T
Status: 
Good
Temperature: 
33 °C
Temperature Range: 
OK (less than 50 °C)
S.M.A.R.T attributes
 
01
Attribute name: 
Read Error Rate
Real value: 
0
Current: 
95
Worst: 
95
Threshold: 
50
Raw Value: 
0002812B6C
Status: 
Good
 
05
Attribute name: 
Retired Block Count
Real value: 
2
Current: 
99
Worst: 
99
Threshold: 
3
Raw Value: 
0000000002
Status: 
Good
 
09
Attribute name: 
Power-On Hours (POH)
Real value: 
210d 16h
Current: 
95
Worst: 
95
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
00000013C0
Status: 
Good
 
0C
Attribute name: 
Device Power Cycle Count
Real value: 
687
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
00000002AF
Status: 
Good
 
AB
Attribute name: 
Program Fail Block Count
Real value: 
1
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000001
Status: 
Good
 
AC
Attribute name: 
Erase Fail Block Count
Real value: 
0
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000000
Status: 
Good
 
AE
Attribute name: 
Unexpected Power Loss
Real value: 
12
Current: 
0
Worst: 
0
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
000000000C
Status: 
Good
 
B1
Attribute name: 
Wear Range Delta
Real value: 
99
Current: 
0
Worst: 
0
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000063
Status: 
Good
 
B5
Attribute name: 
Program Fail Count
Real value: 
1
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000001
Status: 
Good
 
B6
Attribute name: 
Erase Fail Count
Real value: 
0
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000000
Status: 
Good
 
BB
Attribute name: 
Reported Uncorrectable Errors
Real value: 
0
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000000
Status: 
Good
 
BD
Attribute name: 
High Fly Writes (WDC)
Real value: 
42,952,359,969
Current: 
33
Worst: 
41
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000290021
Status: 
Good
 
C2
Attribute name: 
Temperature
Real value: 
33 °C
Current: 
33
Worst: 
41
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000290021
Status: 
Good
 
C3
Attribute name: 
On the fly ECC Uncorrectable Error Count
Real value: 
42,019,692
Current: 
120
Worst: 
120
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0002812B6C
Status: 
Good
 
C4
Attribute name: 
Reallocation Event Count
Real value: 
2
Current: 
99
Worst: 
99
Threshold: 
3
Raw Value: 
0000000002
Status: 
Good
 
C9
Attribute name: 
Uncorrectable Soft Read Error Rate
Real value: 
42,019,692
Current: 
120
Worst: 
120
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0002812B6C
Status: 
Good
 
CC
Attribute name: 
Soft ECC Correction Rate
Real value: 
42,019,692
Current: 
120
Worst: 
120
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0002812B6C
Status: 
Good
 
E6
Attribute name: 
Life Curve Status
Real value: 
100
Current: 
100
Worst: 
100
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000064
Status: 
Good
 
E7
Attribute name: 
SSD Life Left
Real value: 
4,294,967,297
Current: 
98
Worst: 
98
Threshold: 
11
Raw Value: 
0000000001
Status: 
Good
 
E9
Attribute name: 
Media Wearout Indicator
Real value: 
6,799
Current: 
0
Worst: 
0
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000001A8F
Status: 
Good
 
EA
Attribute name: 
Vendor Specific
Real value: 
3,085
Current: 
0
Worst: 
0
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000C0D
Status: 
Good
 
F1
Attribute name: 
Lifetime Writes From Host
Real value: 
3,085
Current: 
0
Worst: 
0
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000000C0D
Status: 
Good
 
F2
Attribute name: 
Lifetime Reads from Host
Real value: 
7,873
Current: 
0
Worst: 
0
Threshold: 
0
Raw Value: 
0000001EC1
Status: 
Good


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#2 hamluis

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Posted 16 May 2017 - 12:42 PM

A piece of software...that I consider "easily understood" when it comes to diagnosis of hard drives:

 

  GSmart Control Diagnostic, dc3 - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/602273/windows-7-machine-working-very-hard/page-2#entry3931439

 

Useful information:  How do I interpret SMART diagnostic utilities results - http://knowledge.seagate.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/203971en .

 

Louis






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