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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI (PCIe) or NVMe bus on any of them. The drive is probably fine. I've seen it where WD/HGST are more reliable for me; I've had more problems with Seagate than WD/HGSTfine and have seen WD's survive things we're told they shouldn'tis just slow because of poor sustained speeds.
The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI (PCIe) or NVMe bus on any of them. The drive is probably fine. I've seen it where WD/HGST are more reliable for me; I've had more problems with Seagate than WD/HGSTfine and have seen WD's survive things we're told they shouldn'tis just slow because of poor sustained speeds.
 
If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe(PCIe) or NVMe bus on any of them. The drive is probably fine. I've seen it where WD/HGST are more reliable for me; I've had more problems with Seagate than WD/HGST and have seen WD's survive things we're told they shouldn't.
The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe(PCIe) or NVMe bus on any of them. The drive is probably fine. I've seen it where WD/HGST are more reliable for me; I've had more problems with Seagate than WD/HGST and have seen WD's survive things we're told they shouldn't.
 
If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. The drive is probably fine. I've seen it where WD/HGST are more reliable for me; I've had more problems with Seagate than WD/HGST and have seen WD's survive things we're told they shouldn't.
The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. The drive is probably fine. I've seen it where WD/HGST are more reliable for me; I've had more problems with Seagate than WD/HGST and have seen WD's survive things we're told they shouldn't.
 
If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. WD and HGST have been the most reliable for me so it comes to me as a surprise you’ve had issues.

I know I’ve pulled older ones from dropped notebooks that were trashed and they continue to work, albeit with calibration issues that render the
The drive unusable. The newer ones *can’t* take that kind of a beating because of the higher densities, but they’re by far the ones I’ve had the best luck with along with HGSTis probably fine.
The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. WD and HGST have been the most reliable for me so it comes to me as a surprise you’ve had issues.

I know I’ve pulled older ones from dropped notebooks that were trashed and they continue to work, albeit with calibration issues that render the
The drive unusable. The newer ones *can’t* take that kind of a beating because of the higher densities, but they’re by far the ones I’ve had the best luck with along with HGSTis probably fine.
 
If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. WD and HGST have been the most reliable for me so it comes to me as a surprise you’ve had issues.
 
I know I’ve pulled older ones from dropped notebooks that were trashed and they continue to work, albeit with calibration issuesissues that render the drive unusable. The newer ones *can’t* take that kind of a beating because of the higher densities, but they’re by far the ones I’ve had the best luck with along with HGST.
I know I’ve pulled older ones from dropped notebooks that were trashed and they continue to work, albeit with calibration issuesissues that render the drive unusable. The newer ones *can’t* take that kind of a beating because of the higher densities, but they’re by far the ones I’ve had the best luck with along with HGST.
 
If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. WD and HGST have been the most reliable for me so it comes to me as a surprise you’ve had issues.
 
I know I’ve pulled older ones from dropped notebooks that were trashed and they continue to work, albeit with calibration issues. The newer ones *can’t* take that kind of a beating because of the higher densities, but they’re by far the ones I’ve had the best luck with along with HGST.
 
If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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The USB bus is not known for sustained speeds - I don’t expect the performance you get out of a SATA, AHCI PCIe or NVMe bus on any of them. WD and HGST have been the most reliable for me so it comes to me as a surprise you’ve had issues.

If you want to check the status of the drive, modern external drives just about universally support SMART unlike older ones (without a warranty voiding teardown) and this is new enough. You can check the health of the drive with [https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/|Crystaldiskinfo] if you want to be sure.

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