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Old September 14th, 2019, 01:04 AM
SpywareDr SpywareDr is offline
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To double-check and see if "Primary Drive 1" is in :good condition", connect it to another computer either directly to the motherboard or by using a USB-to-SATA adapter (about $12 or so). If that computer cannot access it either, more than likely it's dead.

All hard drives will fail. They're mechanical beasts with moving parts. Moving parts cause wear. And when that wear becomes great enough, the hard drive simply can no longer do what it was designed to do. IOW, it's wore out.
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