OK, but shouldn't in that case be in line <reported uncorrectable errors> some number, instead of zero?, that maybe mean, that error you look at, is correctable?No, it actually confirmed the previous results Your drive is going bad. Look at Retired Block Count Raw Value. This must be zero in order for everything to be okay.
OK, but I must tell you I did not have any BSOD since, I do not sure, but for sure week from now, and I use comp daily, whole day, and I did not sure about what is, in what circumstances that happened?No, these are different type of errors. The reason why the test passes is the fact that we caught it early while not too much damage to your files has been done. What worries me even more is the fact that you're getting BSODs. That's very symptomatic + the results we're getting.
I cannot make an estimation as to when it will fail, but I personally would not rely on it. Do you have the minidumps available?
COMPONENTS.rar - Google DriveRetrieve Components Hive 1. Navigate to C:\Windows\System32\Config and locate the COMPONENTS file. 2. Please copy this file to your desktop.Note: If you receive an error that this file is in-use, simply reboot your computer and try again. 3. Right-click on this file on your desktop and select Send To...Compressed (zipped) folder. This will create a file named COMPONENTS.ZIP on your desktop. 4. The file will likely be too large to upload here so please upload to a file sharing service and just provide the link here.
OK, I'am already order new SSD Crucial MX500 500Gb, so till he arrive, can you advise me, should I just clone my OS, partition C, and there will no be this errors, are you sure? Or you suggest me clean installation and just to after that I somehow install my applications, Live mail setupa with accounts and massages, and setups from applications and everything I backed up or smth (please advise me what to do about this and with what-best, safest, most quality tools free one), or is best before backup, or clone partition to fix everything with your help?Fully no, because it's hardware, I can only temporarily fix SFC but it's going to get worse because of the underlying issues.