Hi everyone, I've got a problem with my 4 years old Seagate Goflex Desk 2TB USB 3.0 external hard drive. It is formatted as NTFS (but I have a plugin to allow Mac OS to write to it). I'm using Macbook Pro retina late 2013. During its lifespan, the drive has been knocked over a couple of times while in use (as in, it was standing, and fell over on the desk). This might have damaged something? For a while now, whenever I plug in the HDD, it takes Mac OS about 30 seconds - 1 minute to even show the drive. So it is very slow to recognize it. Secondly, even after that, sometimes it takes 15 seconds or so to show the contents of a folder. While it is "looking" for the contents, all other finder windows become unresponsive as well, as though all folders are empty, even the ones on my internal SSD. Third, it is extremely slow to "eject" from the system. Most of the time outright refusing to eject after 10+ minutes, even though no software or finder windows are using it. When it is plugged in and I try to shut down my computer, it will just refuse to shut down, unless I unplug the drive. Finally, whenever copying files to or from it, sometimes the speed is normal, sometimes it is incredibly slow. Is this drive dying? When I check it with Disk Utility, it shows no problems. When I analyse it in Bootcamp (Win 10) with Chrystaldiskmark, it shows the drive as in "good health". Should I just replace it? Thanks for any advice!