The drive has not responded back in the time allotted. The failure to complete the test indicates a failed drive. It happens, Ive been there a few times over the years. 10-03-2008, 07:51 PM #11 blah789 TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Aug 2008 Posts: 2,439 OS: Windows 2000 SP4 Replace Drive 557 SERVO 2-9 SERVO is data on track location. http://txtbl.com/error-code/western-digital-data-lifeguard-error-code-0007.html
Drive should be replaced. try keeping your next hard drives cooler. Re-Test Drive 11 Cable Test Failed Failure during cable test. Replace the drive if the error repeats. https://support.wdc.com/knowledgebase/answer.aspx?ID=11711
Back to top #36 dc3 dc3 Arachibutyrophobia Members 26,402 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Sierra Foothills of Northern Ca. Re-test Drive 136 Bad Sector Sector Marked Bad Error. It just hangs around ~10% of scanned sectors and completely stops. In order for S.M.A.R.T.
If this computer is still under warranty the manufacturer will replace it. Replace drive if unable to correct error 120 Unknown Error An unknown error has occurred during testing. Replace Drive 219 Drive Cable Error Failure during cable test. Chkdsk This may be due to a defect.
The drive is defect free. Ten or more instances of information on data positioning and location could not be found. Further errors indicate a defective drive. Enough is enough!
This may be due to a media error. The Identify Drive Command has not received an acceptable response from the drive. Western Digital Error Code 0007 Replace the drive if the error repeats. Western Digital Error Codes Replace Drive 218 10+ SERVO Errors SERVO 10+.
Replace Drive 200 Drive Not Tested Supported WD drives are initialized with this status. check over here Replace. The drive has not responded back in the time allotted. As part of the background work, though, that also means that every write will be followed by a read and assessment of the signal quality and data integrity of that sector; Seagate Tools
Replace Drive 227 SMART Not Supported Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology (SMART) Certain older drives do not support SMART. This may be a drive issue, however it may be related to a defective connection. Check cable & retest. his comment is here Then they are all tested, and any defective Sectors marked off.
Plan on a new drive. I should say that this problem did not begin immediately after I installed new software or hardware. If so, how could software 'fix' a bad head, or could it be the controller? 3.
I do however, still own a 2yr old Dell laptop...... ... ... ... To some degree, that judgment is up to you - how much risk can you tolerate? So, if your HDD has "Bad Sectors" according to Data Lifeguard, why does Chkdsk not report the same? Here's how that works.
Retest. Re-test Drive 220 Drive is Locked Security feature of the drive reports locked status. Any Sectors found to be defective are marked in Windows' own fault table so they are NEVER used by Windows. weblink Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Anyways, what's the best way to completely erase a HDD. Retest. Re-test Drive with appropriate diagnostic utility 205 Aborted By User Test was aborted by the user (Alt-X pressed during a test). This may be due to a defect with the drive or the drive may not have responded properly due to a bad connection.
Here are the specs: Intel i5 750 GB P55A-UD4 motherboard 2x 2GB G.Skill Ripjaws 1600mhz WD10EARS 1GB Caviar Green HDD xFx HD4890 1gb Win7 Home Premium an old cd/dvd drive and