Rescue plan for an ailing HDD

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Rescue plan for an ailing HDD

Post by xyz6662 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:33 am

I have an SSD for OS (Windows 10 Home) and apps, and an internal Seagate 3TB HDD for data. As has happened with many of the 3TB Seagate HDDs, mine is starting to fail. I also have a 4TB WD Blue as my backup drive. Trying to run the last incremental backup from my Seagate has been running for 32 hours and only 25% done. I suspect a bunch of file RW errors are torturing the SyncBack program. I want to mirror the Seagate to my WD with as much good data as possible, and I'll pickup the rest off of my NAS drive which was my backup drive until it filled up. I'm interested in any suggestions for the proper SyncBackSE profile configuration that will get me the most good data in the least amount of time. Thank you in advance for your input!

- DK

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