[SOLVED] My NEW Seagate HDD Seek Error Rate Suddenly "60 From 100

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1,Raw Read Error Rate,6,69,69,OK,0000007133AA,0,Enabled
3,Spin Up Time,0,99,98,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
4,Start/Stop Count,20,100,100,OK,000000000048,0,Enabled
5,Reallocated Sectors Count,10,100,100,OK,000000000000,0,Enabled
7,Seek Error Rate,45,60,60,OK,00000010A98D,0,Enabled
9,Power On Time Count,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),FCA60000002B,0,Enabled
10,Spin Retry Count,97,100,100,OK,000000000000,0,Enabled
12,Drive Power Cycle Count,20,100,100,OK,00000000001B,0,Enabled
183,SATA Downshift Count,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
184,End-to-End Error Count,99,100,100,OK,000000000000,0,Enabled
187,Reported Uncorrectable Errors,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
188,Command Timeout,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
189,High Fly Writes,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
190,Airflow Temperature,40,59,54,OK,000029240029,0,Enabled
191,G-Sense Error Rate,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
192,Power off Retract Cycle Count,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000004,0,Enabled
193,Load/Unload Cycle Count,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000168,0,Enabled
194,Disk Temperature,0,41,46,OK (Always passing),001A00000029,0,Enabled
195,Hardware ECC Recovered,0,69,69,OK (Always passing),0000007133AA,0,Enabled
197,Current Pending Sector Count,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
198,Off-Line Uncorrectable Sector Count,0,100,100,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
199,Ultra ATA CRC Error Count,0,200,200,OK (Always passing),000000000000,0,Enabled
240,Head Flying Hours,0,100,253,OK (Always passing),BDE500000006,0,Enabled
241,Total LBA Written,0,100,253,OK (Always passing),0000B525D920,0,Enabled
242,Total LBA Read,0,100,253,OK (Always passing),00001267DD26,0,Enabled
 
That's normal.

The Seek Error Rate begins life at 100 until such time as enough performance data have been accumulated. A normalised value of 60 is reporting 0 seek errors in the first 1 million seeks. That is, your drive has recorded a perfect score. If it continues to be error free, and if it reaches 10 million seeks, then the score will increase to 70. At 100 million error-free seeks, the score becomes 80, ie the normalised value is logarithmic.

Seagate SMART Attribute Specification:
http://t1.daumcdn.net/brunch/service/user/axm/file/zRYOdwPu3OMoKYmBOby1fEEQEbU.pdf

Normal SATA SMART Attribute Behavior (Seagate):
http://t1.daumcdn.net/brunch/service/user/axm/file/Vw3RJSZllYbDc86ssL6bofiL4r0.pdf
 
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it's new But It's Imported Only Used 3 Days. No Warranty,, Do I need To Be Caution because Yesterday
Seek Error Rate 100 253. Today Suddenly After Power Loss It Decreased to 60,,, Do I need to buy another drive this fail Soon ?
 
That's normal.

The Seek Error Rate begins life at 100 until such time as enough performance data have been accumulated. A normalised value of 60 is reporting 0 seek errors in the first 1 million seeks. That is, your drive has recorded a perfect score. If it continues to be error free, and if it reaches 10 million seeks, then the score will increase to 70. At 100 million error-free seeks, the score becomes 80, ie the normalised value is logarithmic.

Seagate SMART Attribute Specification:
http://t1.daumcdn.net/brunch/service/user/axm/file/zRYOdwPu3OMoKYmBOby1fEEQEbU.pdf

Normal SATA SMART Attribute Behavior (Seagate):
http://t1.daumcdn.net/brunch/service/user/axm/file/Vw3RJSZllYbDc86ssL6bofiL4r0.pdf
 
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That's normal.

The Seek Error Rate begins life at 100 until such time as enough performance data have been accumulated. A normalised value of 60 is reporting 0 seek errors in the first 1 million seeks. That is, your drive has recorder a perfect score. If it continues to be error free, and if it reaches 10 million seeks, then the score will increase to 70. At 100 million error-free seeks, the score becomes 80, ie the normalised value is logarithmic.

Thanks Dude i was soo afraid..
 

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