- Report: #881076
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Complaint Review: Seagate Technology
Seagate TechnologyPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America
Seagate Technology Sh*ty products, liars, thieves, scumbags Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Failure Predicted - Attribute: 5 Reallocated Sectors Count, Count of sectors moved to the spare area. Indicate problem with the disk surface or the read/write heads.
There are 2153 bad sectors on the disk surface. The contents of these sectors were moved to the spare area.
The drive found 1 bad sectors during its self test.
There are 1 weak sectors found on the disk surface. They may be remapped any time in the later use of the disk.
Replace hard disk immediately.
It is recommended to backup immediately to prevent data loss.
So I contacted Seagate Technical support, and ask them what could I do to fix the drive and if they would refund me. Got a response they told me there was nothing I could do to fix it and as far as refund was concerned forget about it the drive was a year old. I used to have a piece of sh*t 8gb USB stick it lasted for 6 years I never had a problem with it until I lost it. This overpriced Chinese piece of shit barely made it a year and they refuse to fix or refund.
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