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Topic # 164245 3-Feb-2015 07:37
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Would you consider the CRC error count of the disk being 25 (hex) a problem? SSD is less than a year old. I've had one file reported corrupted when I tried to access it, though that could maybe have been caused by me hitting reset during boot while trying to swap between OS's.

Strangely my other SSD has lost a file or two at the same time. I'm doing a lot of file copying/moving while I migrate to Windows 10, though generally very little is changing on the SSDs.

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  Reply # 1230211 3-Feb-2015 09:33
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Seems higher than my 2, especially considering your Host Writes are about half mine.

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  Reply # 1230214 3-Feb-2015 09:43
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Higher, but not worryingly so. May just be worth keeping an eye on it I guess.




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