Suicide Drive and Games in the Limbo

Thekazen

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A few days I went to Mexico to buy a Hard Drive, and a Power Supply from a friend...

When I came back where do I live, I checked out the power supply: a 600W EVGA with 80 Plus certified, Everything went fine so I connected the Hard drive. There was no Signal of damage during the first hours of work and play, as going foward, I Decided to install some games on it (My friend put some ISOS of games in the Hard Drive for me). The first I checked out Dead Space 2...
Everything fine, Then After that I installed GTAIV and Crysis 2, just perfect, I also moved some of my main drive files to the new plugged one.

So after a break of aprox 3 hrs i tried to install some games like crysis 3, dead space 3 and Sims 4. they didnt install properly and some of them went corrupted, i tried to open folders and i wasnt able, same as trying to delete them, my pc started lagging and freezing, so i just decided to restart, after that i had problems with windows recognizing the drive, then i managed to make it recognize it but never able to open it due freezing

Specs:

Pentium E5700 Dual-Core Processor at 3.00GHZ no OC
Zotac GTX 750 Ti 2GB no OC
Ram 4GDRR3-1333 no OC
Evga 600w 80 Plus Certified
500GB HDD main drive
320GB HDD (Damaged Drive)
 

Thekazen

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Jun 9, 2016
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Is not the Pirated Software, the guy has the same games on his pc and he got no problems at all, I dont even know if the Hard drive is New or Used, my friend said it was new and that he tested it ( I saw him )

When I have the Drive connected to SATA cable while boot Windows doesn't start, When I Don't Everything works fine, I tried to check it with some Software like deffraglers, Hardware check and chkdsk but none of them worked
 

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