At 10:32 PM 6/17/2003 -0500, Bruce Allen wrote:
I wouldn't take the 55C upper limit
seriously. You should try and keep
the drive below 30C if you want it to be long-lived and reliable. A
that blows air directly over the disk drive is the best
I only wish it were possible to get it that low. As I mentioned,
even when I blew large amounts of air past it's top surface with a floor
standing box fan, I could not get it that low.
You can see that PowerMAX is stepping through the
different sectors on the disk in steps of 256 sectors. The it
time, at the "bad" sector.
Actually, I can't. But as long as you learned
[A question: did this
corrupt data on the drive? Or is the drive's data
The backup verified against the disk after the fix, but I didn't back up
every single file (take too long).