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Old 10-13-2009, 02:38 AM
SupaSandeep SupaSandeep is offline
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Stopping SD causing damage to hard drive?

I'm backing up 1 1.5TB drive to another, I bought one brand new last week and had to return it after it started making clicking noises. the only thing I had done to that drive was run super duper. I did stop it when I needed my computer for other things, but stopped them via the stop button in SD and ejected the drives safely. I returned the drive that was making noises, but now the new drive I got is doing the same thing. I've only run SD on it and now it's making noises. Is this something I should worry about? anything that could be triggering it?
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