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How protected is modern hard drives against power interruptions?
How protected are hard disks against power interruptions at nowadays? Sometimes happens that I pull out wrong wire from the grid and this is causing my laptop shut town suddenly (I'm not using battery if really not necessary). Today I waked up and turned on my laptop. After the one second i heard some clank noise from HDD and the laptop powered off I turned on it again and this time everything was fine. I'm using HD Tune and this showed me HDD temperature 16 C (my room is quite cold). Can low temperature affect my hard drive? If power interruption occurs, the clank noise is generated. I've heard, that modern hard disk is somehow protected against such things, but I don't know how this works. Any comments?
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