I have just got a new media player.
(It’s an external with a built in 3.5 IDE)
It came up with an error unable to write delay or something then says this file will now have data loss.
I was trying to stop the device but was in use so i just ran out of patience and yanked out the USB.
Have been worried in case i caused damage to it or the files on it so havecopied files to and from it and have got no errors.
Has sitll passed diagnostic tests only quick ones tho havnt tested the full ones yet.
Used ontrack for it.
It’s a Freecom Media Player.
If i have messed up the drive whilst it was wroiting to it would it have caused physical damage to the drive?
If it did would i need to buy a whole new media player or would i need to:
B: Take out the corrupted IDE in external case and replace with another IDE?
Is there any way of finding out if i have corrupted the drive in any way physical or in any other way than physical?