> http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1397/~/difference-between-desktop-edition-and-raid-%28enterprise%29-edition-drives

"When an error is found on a desktop edition hard drive, the drive will enter 
into a deep recovery cycle to attempt to repair the error, recover the data 
from the problematic area, and then reallocate a dedicated area to replace the 
problematic area. This process can take up to 2 minutes depending on the 
severity of the issue...."

Or in other words: "When an error occurs on a desktop drive, the drive will 
refuse to realize the sector is bad, and retry forever and ever without even 
increasing SMART counters, so that even if Western Digital Data LifeGuard 
Diagnostics need to spend 36 hours to test a drive (as opposed to the normal 
5-ish hours for a 2TB 7k2 drive), WD will refuse return of the drive because IT 

Or in yet other words: "Desktop drives aren't meant to be used for anything 
productive or important."

Vennlige hilsener / Best regards

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