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deano90
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Hard drive error 3f5

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 hi I still can't figure out y get this error and I've done fresh clean install of windows 10 onto a SSD and it still appears I'm so confused anyone know how to fix this I find it occurs every time I do restart I thought it would be gone when done fresh install of windows onto SSD 

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@deano90 , welcome to the forum.

 

This error is telling you that your hard drive has failed.  The only way to fix it is replace the hard drive.  You can run the hard drive diagnostics from the BIOS to make certain:  https://www.support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00386164

 

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Hi but i have the hard drive replaced in my computer it not even in my computer at all

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Thank you for the additional information, @deano90!

 

Even if the hard drive is not in your computer, the error code is telling you that the computer can't communicated with the drive.  Here is a guide that will explain the 3F0 codes:  https://www.gillware.com/data-recovery-services/hard-drive-repair/hard-disk-3f0-error-data-recovery/






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Hi so what do I do now I have SSD installed with windows on it I didn't copy any files from the hardrive itself I created a Windows Media creation tool for the SSD but as u said it appears is tere no way possibly to get rid of it 

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@deano90, there are companies who can retrieve the data on you hard drive, but it is very expensive.






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deano90
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Recover what ? What do I need to do to stop it from happening over and over again 

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I thought that you were concerned about personal data that you have on the drive.  Frankly, there is nothing that you can do to stop this from happening except for replacing the drive.  I don't believe that it can be fixed.






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Ok I have windows installed on SSD but keep getting messages also it takes very long to boot up cud it be problem with SSD I have 240 gb Kingston ssd

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Also if got new hardrive to put into the computer should that get of any error occuring 

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