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Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem. No errors on the second run for Foreigner 4.
 
It seems like the solution short of buying new externals every ~5 years as it happens (Black Friday 2015 purchase) is to run a autodetect command to bring the drive back into calibration. I don’t anticipate this working more then a few times when data accuracy is critical once it happens, but once it can no longer be recovered it’s time to start over with a new drive.
It seems like the solution short of buying new externals every ~5 years as it happens (Black Friday 2015 purchase) is to run a autodetect command to bring the drive back into calibration. I don’t anticipate this working more then a few times when data accuracy is critical once it happens, but once it can no longer be recovered it’s time to start over with a new drive.

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Modifica di: Nick ,

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Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem. No errors on the second run for Foreigner 4.
 
It seems like the solution short of buying new externals every ~5 years (Black Friday 2015 purchase) is to run a autodetect command to bring the drive back into calibration. I don’t anticipate this working more then a few times when data accuracy is critical once it happens, but once it can no longer be recovered it’s time to start over with a new drive.
It seems like the solution short of buying new externals every ~5 years (Black Friday 2015 purchase) is to run a autodetect command to bring the drive back into calibration. I don’t anticipate this working more then a few times when data accuracy is critical once it happens, but once it can no longer be recovered it’s time to start over with a new drive.

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Modifica di: Nick ,

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Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem. No errors on the second run for Foreigner 4.
 
It seems like the solution short of buying new externals every ~5 years is to run a autodetect command to bring the drive back into calibration. I don’t anticipate this working more then a few times when data accuracy is critical once it happens, but once it can no longer be recovered it’s time to start over with a new drive.

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Modifica di: Nick ,

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Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem. No errors on the second runrun for Foreigner 4.
Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem. No errors on the second runrun for Foreigner 4.

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Modifica di: Nick ,

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Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem :)problem. No errors on the second run.
Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem :)problem. No errors on the second run.

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Post originale di: Nick ,

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Correcting the drive under drive options->Drive->Autodetect read command now fixed the problem :). No errors on the second run.

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