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Working with Ruby on Rails as a back-end developer and front-end with CSS3, HTML5, Javascript. Interested in everything about web, from design to programming. Interested also in game designing (and programming) for indie games.


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accepted How to enable the new 3D page inspector view in Firefox 11
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accepted Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
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answered Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
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comment Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
@ernie: Ok looks like actually was just a GPT issue, I reformatted everything, done a lot of tests, wrote a lot of things, read a lot of things. The HDD looks fine now.
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comment Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
Yea infact I'm re-writing the files I've written before but with a GPT table, I think it will solve the previous issue (I've tested the drive both in windows and linux, tested a lot of softwares). What I understood is that GPT can still create a lot of issues.
Sep
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comment Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
@ernie: Looks like it was an issue with me that didn't use GPT (I used MBR), at least I've run tests for 3 days with HDD Scan, WD DataGuard and Bad-blocks (and HD Tune), bad-blocks discovered "a lot" of bad blocks (from 2tb and over) so I suppose it doesn't support gpt, same for hd tune. HD scan and wd dataguard didn't find any errors. I suppose gpt is not supported everywhere. Maybe bad-blocks work better if you have debian unstable.
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comment Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
Thanks a lot, I also agree with you, I'll let you know in some days, when tests will finish.
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comment Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
No while I was performing the test, I was on a Debian distro on my laptop, so a "normal" computer, connected through USB. I can't connect through sata because it's a boxed HDD (can't remove from it). I'm running some testing softwares, a lot of them stuck at some point so I imagine the drive it's actually faulty (the 4th in a month... I have no idea how to buy a working drive now).
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asked Why my external drive turned in read only mode?
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comment What to do when Windows 7 appears to hang during the installation of updates?
I have an SSD on pci-e... No hdd led, no sound, argh!
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accepted DMA issue, keyboard about to die?
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answered DMA issue, keyboard about to die?
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answered DMA issue, keyboard about to die?
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comment DMA issue, keyboard about to die?
@techie007: I made a test without the keyboard and actually works without displaying the error. So I imagine is that. The strange part is that the keyboard keeps working.