|Oct 3, 2008, 02:25 PM||#1|
4HDD/11/40000004: SATA(0,0) error in EHT
First of all, I got an "Invalid Node structure" error in Disk Unility on my SR MacBook. I've tried using DiskWarrior to repair the drive but it said that the disk is corrupted and DiskWarrior cannot proceed. Then I've decided to run Extended Hardware Test and it came up with the following error:
Any idea what it means and what I need to do to solve it?
Mind you, I can boot into OS X without any problems and use it as always.
|Oct 3, 2008, 05:18 PM||#2|
I think that's a SMART error indicating your drive could be failing.
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