HD Crash

Dieses Thema HD Crash im Forum "Hardware" wurde erstellt von Capone, 1. Dez. 2005.

Thema: HD Crash Hallo, ich habe ein ernstes Problem: Nachdem meine alte Platte gestorben ist, habe ich jetzt auch Schwierigkeiten...

  1. Hallo,
    ich habe ein ernstes Problem:
    Nachdem meine alte Platte gestorben ist, habe ich jetzt auch Schwierigkeiten mit meiner Neuen:
    -Partitioniert und formatiert mit Herstellertool
    -WinXP rauf
    -paar mal hochgefahren und am rohen System rumgedoktort
    -später mal SP2 drauf
    -danach! nur Abstürze.....

    (Also genau das Problem, das ich mit meiner alten Platte hatte. Absturz und kein Piepen mehr.) Das ganze erst, nachdem ich Service Pack 2 raufgespielt habe und er sich neu gestartet hat. Hat das was mit dem SP2 zu tun oder eher ein Böser Hardwarefehler?
    Der Bluescreen kommt nur für einen Bruchteil einer Sekunde - also kann ich da keine Fehlercodes ablesen

    Mainboard ASRock K7S8X SiS 746 FX Chipset / AMI BIOS V2.60 with ACPI, SM BIOS
    CPU AMD Sempron 2200 2,0 GHz
    GraKa nVidia GeForce 6600GT 128MB (Palis)
    Treiber (noch keine => weil Absturz :/)
    Festplatte Seagate Baracuda ST3160812A IDE
    RAM Infineon DDR 512MB PC400 / Elixir DDR 512 MB

    Vom Herstellertool habe ich so einige Fehlermeldungen bekommen.
    u.a.: ERROR SUMMARY:
    Invalid Free Space Value 1
    Also ich habe ca. 20GB unformatierte Partition - könnte das der Grund sein??
    [hr]
    Hier nochmal ein Logfile:
    SeaTools Desktop v3.02.03
    Copyright (c) 2005 Kroll Ontrack Inc.


    12/1/2005 @ 2:51 PM


    The following information has been generated by SeaTools Desktop. Use
    this information to help you recognize and resolve potential data access
    problems.


    System Information:
    BIOS Date 10/20/04
    Conventional Memory size 639 K
    Extended Memory size 58532 K
    IO Channel type PCI


    Drive Information:
    SIZE MODEL
    --------- ---------------------
    160 GB ST3160812A


    Serial Number = 5LS03VQR
    Int13 Num = 80, PHYS CHS = 16383x16x63.
    ParmTable CHS, Rsvd = 19457x255x63


    PARTITION CYLINDER SIZE
    ---------- ------------ ----
    # Type Start End MB
    PRIMARY
    1 NTFS 0 3647 30007
    EXTENDED
    2 NTFS 3648 13374 80012
    EXTENDED
    3 FAT32 13375 14590 10002
    EXTENDED
    4 FAT32 14591 17022 20005
    EXTENDED
    5 FAT32 17023 19456 20021


    Diagnostic Results:


    Seagate DiagATA Quick Test Result: Passed
    Recommendation:
    The Quick Test is adequate for most situations.
    Consider running the Full Test which
    verifies each sector on the drive if you need to run a more
    comprehensive diagnostic.


    Results from Seagate's DiagATA/SCSI:
    -----------------------------------------------------------------


    DIAGATA.EXE Version 3.08.50328ML
    Copyright (c) 2002 by Seagate Technology, LLC. All rights reserved.


    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    Timer Resolution: 0.000122
    Short Test Begin: 01-Dec-2005 14:41:34
    Cable Test - 0 Errors
    Buffer Test - 0 Errors
    Identify Data
    Model Number: ST3160812A
    Serial Number: 5LS03VQR
    Firmware Revision: 2AAA
    Default CHS: 16383-16-63
    Current CHS: 16383-16-63
    Current Capacity: 16514064 Sectors
    Total Capacity: 312581808 Sectors
    Conductor Cable Reported
    ID Method: CSEL
    SMART Enabled
    SMART Check: Passed
    DST - Passed
    PIO/DMA Data Compare
    Total Bytes = 8432640
    Estimated PIO Transfer Rates
    Min: 3.31MB/s Max: 3.34MB/s Avg: 3.33MB/s
    Estimated DMA Transfer Rates
    Min: 75.51MB/s Max: 94.38MB/s Avg: 93.62MB/s
    SMART Check: Passed
    Short Test Passed: 01-Dec-2005 14:42:58
    SMART Disabled


    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    End results from Seagate's DiagATA/SCSI


    File Structure Test Result:


    Partition 1 (NTFS (30 GB) Windows OS) Result: Failed with critical Errors


    The following errors were found while scanning the volume:
    - One or more errors were found in the index
    - One or more errors were found in metadata file records


    NOTE: Any report of possible errors in the file system tests are for
    informational purposes only. We suggest you should consider testing with
    the official file system diagnostic utilities for your operating system.
    Seagate is not able to assist with troubleshooting or reviewing
    file system test results.


    Partition 2 (NTFS (80 GB) Storage & Games) Result: Failed with critical Errors


    The following errors were found while scanning the volume:
    - One or more errors were found in the index


    NOTE: Any report of possible errors in the file system tests are for
    informational purposes only. We suggest you should consider testing with
    the official file system diagnostic utilities for your operating system.
    Seagate is not able to assist with troubleshooting or reviewing
    file system test results.


    Partition 3 (FAT 32 (10 GB) DSK1_VOL3) Result: Critical Error(s)
    1 Critical Structure Error(s)
    0 Non-Critical Structure Error(s)


    Critical errors were found during the scan. These could be one or
    more of the following:
    - Invalid directory entry
    - Invalid file or directory name
    - Invalid file size
    - Invalid file chain
    - Cross-linked file chains
    - Bad cluster value in file allocation table
    - File allocation table mismatch
    - BPB mismatch
    - Invalid free space value


    3 KBytes in 8 files
    5 directories were found
    3 KBytes in 9 deleted files
    2 deleted directories were found


    ERROR SUMMARY:
    Invalid Free Space Value 1


    NOTE: Any report of possible errors in the file system tests are for
    informational purposes only. We suggest you should consider testing with
    the official file system diagnostic utilities for your operating system.
    Seagate is not able to assist with troubleshooting or reviewing
    file system test results.


    Partition 4 (FAT 32 (20 GB) DSK1_VOL4) Result: Critical Error(s)
    1 Critical Structure Error(s)
    0 Non-Critical Structure Error(s)


    Critical errors were found during the scan. These could be one or
    more of the following:
    - Invalid directory entry
    - Invalid file or directory name
    - Invalid file size
    - Invalid file chain
    - Cross-linked file chains
    - Bad cluster value in file allocation table
    - File allocation table mismatch
    - BPB mismatch
    - Invalid free space value


    3 KBytes in 8 files
    5 directories were found
    3 KBytes in 13 deleted files
    1 deleted directories were found


    ERROR SUMMARY:
    Invalid Free Space Value 1


    NOTE: Any report of possible errors in the file system tests are for
    informational purposes only. We suggest you should consider testing with
    the official file system diagnostic utilities for your operating system.
    Seagate is not able to assist with troubleshooting or reviewing
    file system test results.


    Partition 5 (FAT 32 (20 GB) DSK1_VOL5) Result: Passed
    0 KBytes in 0 files
    0 directories were found
    0 KBytes in 0 deleted files
    0 deleted directories were found


    NOTE: Any report of possible errors in the file system tests are for
    informational purposes only. We suggest you should consider testing with
    the official file system diagnostic utilities for your operating system.
    Seagate is not able to assist with troubleshooting or reviewing
    file system test results.


    ******************************************


    Recommendation:
    All selected physical diagnostics passed.


    If you are not experiencing data loss and SeaTools reports File
    System Structure errors, they may be caused by a lock-up or
    failure to shutdown Windows correctly. Many times, these errors
    may be repaired through normal system maintenance which
    includes using the Windows provided Defrag and
    Scandisk / Chkdsk / Error Checking utilities.


    If you are experiencing a hardware error, you should isolate
    the cause and replace the failing component. If you are unsure how
    to proceed with repairs, contact a computer professional. After
    completing any maintenance tasks, run SeaTools again to
    verify that all errors have been repaired. If errors continue to
    occur, the system may not be stable. Again, contact a computer
    professional.


    ========================================================
     
  2. Da fragst Du noch?
    Umtauschen und Fehlerprotokoll beilegen.

    Eddie
     
  3. Hab ich! Nur leider werde ich aus den ganzen Informationen nicht schlau!!!
    Hab das Prog mal ne Weile laufen lassen. Aber irgendwie hab ich so das Gefühl, das 2,3 Millionen Fehler nicht wirklich ein gutes Zeichen sind :/
    Würde ja bedeuten, das beim Lesen/Schreiben permanent Fehler auftreten.
    Kann vielleicht jemand diese Tabelle für mich interpretieren??

    [table]
    [tr][td]Athlon XP (0.13)[/td][td]2004 MHz[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]L1 Cache 128K[/td][td]12292 MB/s[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]L2 Cache 194G[/td][td]798 MB/s[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Memory[/td][td]194G 798MB/s[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Pass[/td][td]95%[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test[/td][td]60%[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test[/td][td]#11[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Testing[/td][td]1024K - 4078M 194G[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]WallTime:[/td][td]25:36:21[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Cached:[/td][td]194G[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]RsvdMem:[/td][td]OK[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]MemMap:[/td][td]e820-All[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Cache:[/td][td]off[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]ECC:[/td][td]off[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test:[/td][td]All[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Pass:[/td][td]1[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Errors:[/td][td]2372971[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]ECC Errs:[/td][td]0[/td][/tr][/table]
    [hr]
    [table][tr][td]
    Error Summary:[/td][/tr][tr][td][/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 0:[/td][td]100[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 1:[/td][td][/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 2:[/td][td]5760[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 3:[/td][td][/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 4:[/td][td][/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 5:[/td][td]68[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 6:[/td][td]3896[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 7:[/td][td]15585[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 8:[/td][td]68[/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 9:[/td][td][/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 10:[/td][td][/td][/tr]
    [tr][td]Test 11:[/td][td]4205[/td][/tr]
    [/table]


    @Eddie:
    Die Platte ist gerade neu *heul*
    Kann den ein fehlerhafter Speicher bzw. ein Wurm/Virus (das schließe ich nicht aus) so etwas anrichten??
    P.S. Kann ich die Platte denn jetzt gar nicht mehr verwenden??


    P.S.2 *heul* *schluchz* *kreisch* ich will endlich wieder NFS zocken...
     
  4. Hi

    Bei sovielen Fehlern ist irgendwas ziemlich faul, aber bestimmt nicht die Festplatte.
    Entweder hast du den RAM mit falschen Parametern im Bios eingestellt oder RAM und oder Mainboard sind hin.
    Im Bios RAM-Ansteuerung mal auf SPD setzen.

    Gruß, Michael
     
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