[SOLVED] Harddisk high G-sense error rate and Reallocated Sectors Count

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My laptop harddisk is now giving status of warning suddenly and also creates some noise sometimes.
I went through speccy and HWinfo, and came to know that "Reallocated Sectors Count is 9" and "G-sense error rate count is 1".
I already taken the backup, but need to know how much it will live and is it safe right now to carry on with this HDD, as total sectors are "625,137,345", and reAllocated is 9 only.
Need suggestions guys....
 
My laptop harddisk is now giving status of warning suddenly and also creates some noise sometimes.
I went through speccy and HWinfo, and came to know that "Reallocated Sectors Count is 9" and "G-sense error rate count is 1".
I already taken the backup, but need to know how much it will live and is it safe right now to carry on with this HDD, as total sectors are "625,137,345", and reAllocated is 9 only.
Need suggestions guys....
Unknown, depends what happened to it to get those errors. If it was as it sounds to be the case may last long enough but I would change it as soon as possible.
 
My laptop harddisk is now giving status of warning suddenly and also creates some noise sometimes.
I went through speccy and HWinfo, and came to know that "Reallocated Sectors Count is 9" and "G-sense error rate count is 1".
I already taken the backup, but need to know how much it will live and is it safe right now to carry on with this HDD, as total sectors are "625,137,345", and reAllocated is 9 only.
Need suggestions guys....
Unknown, depends what happened to it to get those errors. If it was as it sounds to be the case may last long enough but I would change it as soon as possible.
 

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Unknown, depends what happened to it to get those errors. If it was as it sounds to be the case may last long enough but I would change it as soon as possible.
Don't know the cause, HDD is old enough now, six plus years for me. I had moved important data already to another harddisk.
 

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Don't know why it occurs, simple point is that replace your HDD, you can't fix it. Just using it now as an external backup HDD. It was already old, almost seven years.
 
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