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dan_pardi
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Registered: ‎02-04-2017
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Lenovo G700 Harddrive Issues - help

I was having issues with my Lenovo G700 laptop (it kept crashing every time I tried to shut it down). It was failing the Targeted Read Test and the SMART Short Self Test so I took it to a technician to get the internal hard drive changed since it was failing.

 

I got my laptop back but now I am getting a warning for the SMART Short Self Test and a non-applicable label for the SMART Drive Self Test everytime (code is W1XDZDWLU-8VHH7E). Googling the code did not bring up any results. The tests over all are labelled as "passed" but the laptop is slow and keeps stalling. This is relevant section of the report:

 

Storage devices

Display NameST1000LM035-1RK172 - 931.51 GBs
ManufacturerSeagate
ModelST1000LM035-1RK172
SerialW930Q1EA
FirmwareSBM3
Size931.51 GBs
Rotation Rate5400 RPM
Temperature48 C
Physical Sector Size4096
Logical Sector Size512
Logical Sectors1953525168
Supported StandardsATA8-ACS, ATA7-ATAPI, ATA6-ATAPI, ATA5-ATAPI, ATA4-ATAPI, ATA8-ACS, ATA7-ATAPI, ATA6-ATAPI, ATA5-ATAPI, ATA4-ATAPI
Specification VersionUnrecognized Version
Partition SchemaGPT
UNALLOCATED1.73 MBs
Index 1
Partition TypeWindows recovery environment
Size1000.00 MBs
Index 2
Partition Type_E|F|I_SYSTEM_PARTITION
Size260.00 MBs
Index 3
Partition Type_CEPH_|JOURNAL
Size1000.00 MBs
Index 4
Partition TypeMicrosoft reserved partition
Size128.00 MBs
Index 5
Partition TypeWindows basic data partition
File systemntfs
LabelWindows8_OS
Mount PointC:\
Serial9E3D6C54
Size890.66 GBs
Used491.53 GBs
Free399.13 GBs
Index 6
Partition TypeWindows recovery environment
Size842.00 MBs
Index 7
Partition TypeWindows basic data partition
File systemntfs
LabelLENOVO
Mount PointD:\
Serial3443A325
Size25.00 GBs
Used18.17 GBs
Free6.83 GBs
Index 8
Partition TypeWindows recovery environment
Size12.70 GBs

 

Is this happening just because it is a Seagate harddrive or is there a real issue? Unfortunatly I did not have the time to shop online for a lenovo hard drive because I need the laptop for work and the post here can be really slow.

 

Additional info: the laptop is a little over 3 years old and since I changed the hard drive it is slow on some occasions and seems to act normally in other moments. Restarting it usually helps. I honestly do not know what to make of it and any help would be much appreciated.

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Re: Lenovo G700 Harddrive Issues - help

Hi dan_pardi , 

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.. 

 

The best team to decode the LSC error code are the technical support team as such would need internal lenovo tools.

 

You may want to run a comparative test for the original harddrive and the new one slaving it on another laptop or using an external harddrive enclosure using similar harddrive test tools for comparative evaluation. 

 

This would further isolate the issue if the harddrive connector fault is the issue specially if using the same laptop to boot on another boot source like an external harddrive via USB connection or bootable operating system on a USB thumb drive (with rescue live image).

 

Hope this helps identify the points of failure with slow performance. 

Update us how things go.

 

Regards



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