Re: GCC binary - Minix

This is a discussion on Re: GCC binary - Minix ; Laurens Bronwasser wrote: > oh come on, this rock solid quality harddisk has been spinning for 15 > years now...there absolutely no reason to think that it would suddenly > become unreliable... > ok, i'm sorry, it's probably a disk ...

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    Laurens Bronwasser wrote:
    > oh come on, this rock solid quality harddisk has been spinning for 15
    > years now...there absolutely no reason to think that it would suddenly
    > become unreliable...
    > ok, i'm sorry, it's probably a disk failure.
    > Is there a way to mark bad blocks?
    >
    > thank you
    >


    It's 15 years old. It's intended working life is 8 years. You're running
    a drive 7 years past it's expected end-of-life and you wonder WHY it's
    failing?

    Please somebody get the clue stick...

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    On 12/02/05 22:05, Segin wrote:

    >
    > It's 15 years old. It's intended working life is 8 years. You're running
    > a drive 7 years past it's expected end-of-life and you wonder WHY it's
    > failing?
    >
    > Please somebody get the clue stick...


    LOL
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