How can i increase life of Hard Disk?

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My computer's hard disk had been damaged after 2 months. Already I've changed 3 hard disk within 8 months. I need a prevention to damaged my hard disk. Currently I'm using 500 GB hard disk. Please let me know, how I can prevent it?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112951

How can i increase life of Hard Disk?

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Hi Julio,

Hard Disk Failure is one of the problems of a computer. Hard drives are sensitive and delicate in nature. This is where the data stored and it is also vulnerable of easily gets corrupted. Usually this is cause by Virus and Trojan infections.

Here are some steps and suggestions to prevent Hard Disk Failure.

Shutdown your personal computer properly by not to do a hard reboot as much as you can. This is the major cause of hardware failure. Computer get knock out or fell down due to accident strike and a sudden power outage will happen. Often cause by short circuit and a failure of this Hard Drive. So, using UPS uninterrupted power supply is a must.

Step aside your computer away from hot and cold temperature as this may cause erosions of parts inside.

 

Answered By 10 points N/A #112953

How can i increase life of Hard Disk?

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There can be some voltage error in your area which can damage your hard disk. May be there is some error in your power supply. So you need to check is that your hard disk is getting perfect power supply. If you are not a technician then consult a technical and make sure that your hard disk is getting a perfect voltage supply. Because voltage supply can damage your power supply. Also check the data bus or data cable in your computer and make sure it is working problem. Make a full scan to your computer also and make sure that there is no virus in your computer. Make a disk scan to check you hard disk by going to START and then to RUN and here type CMD and now type chkdsk and press enter. It will check your disk and will make it error free. After you go through these steps you will be more protective with your hard drive.

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