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Samsung F4 EcoGreen - Disco duro interno (2TB, 32MB, 5400RPM, 3.5", SATA-II)

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Detalles técnicos
SeriesSpinpoint F4EG
Peso del producto649 g
Dimensiones del producto14,7 x 10,2 x 2,6 cm
Número de modelo del productoSMHHD204UI
Factor de forma3.5 inches
Capacidad del disco duro2000 GB
Interfaz del disco duroSerial ATA-300
Fuente de alimentación+5V±5%, +12V±10%
Descripción de la batería+5V±5%, +12V±10%
Información adicional
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº59.440 en Informática (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en desde30 de agosto de 2010

Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Altura: 2,61 cm
Ancho: 10,16 cm
Capacidad de disco duro: 2000 GB
Consumo de energía (escritura): 6,3W
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 1W
Consumo de energía (lectura): 6,3W
Corriente de arranque: 2A
Ethernet: No
FireWire 400: No
FireWire 800: No
Interfaz del disco duro: Serial ATA II
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 60 °C
Peso: 650g
Profundidad: 14,7 cm
Promedio de latencia: 5,52 ms
Requisitos de energía: +5V±5%, +12V±10%
Tiempo de búsqueda promedio de disco duro: 8,9 ms
Tiempo para unidad preparada: 13s
USB con suministro de corriente: No
Unidad de dispositivo, velocidad de transferencia: 300 MB/s
Unidad, tamaño de búfer: 32 MB
Velocidad de rotación de disco duro: 5400 RPM
Velocidad de transferencia de datos: 3 Gbit/s

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Comprado en 2011, justo antes de la última gran subida de precio y que he buscado por todas las tiendas pues esta gama además de fiables, son unos discos bastante silenciosos.
Hoy día Seagate ha comprado la división de HD de Samsung y en mi opinión ya no tienen la misma calidad.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Firmware upgrade process of the Samsung F4 HD204UI drives the easy way ¡V USING USB THUMB DRIVES 9 de julio de 2011
Por Zoltano - Publicado en
This guide describes the almost-mandatory firmware upgrade process of the Samsung F4 HD204UI drives the easy way - USING USB STICKS.
This is my attempt to help those contemplating over the upgrade. During my research I simply couldn't find a thorough description of the procedure. These hard drives (HD-s from now on) are exceptionally well engineered, so the effort is definitely worth it!

Why should end-users upgrade the firmware? The answer is simple; using them with the old firmware might result in serious data loss later, as described by Samsung. (Certain people believe that drives with manufacturing date later than February 2011 dont have this issue; mine was manufactured in 03/2011 and I still did the upgrade, just to be safe.) Fortunately Samsung released the improved firmware on its website called F4EG (a zipped up exe file):

[Hah, links don't work on Amazon. Do a web search for F4EG on Samsung's site]

But the real hurdle is that you have to boot in DOS to perform the update! You could do so using a floppy drive, but not many of us have those lying around anymore, therefore my guide gives pointers on how to perform the upgrade using a USB thumb drive.
Updating the firmware leaves the existing data intact on the drive; also, the drive comes unformatted; best to do the formatting on a Windows 7 computer, or use a modern formatting utility instead of Windows XP-s built-in one. Then, you can use a freeware utility such as SpeedFan or HDDScan or HDTune Pro to check for bad sectors/issues. The executable firmware file works automatically and only selects the correct drive, no user direction required. Also, the Samsung firmware upgrade MIGHT not run if your drive has the latest firmware installed already by the factory.

The updating procedure using external hard drive dock connected through either USB2.0 or eSata to my PC did not work... I had to disassemble my Dell Zino HTPC: remove the Blu-Ray ROM, HD caddy w/ orig. HD) and connect the Samsung HD directly to the motherboard (Before disassembly I booted into the BIOS by hitting F2 on keyboard of my Zino, changed boot order to "USB first". There might be other steps needed for other PC-s.)
I used one of my newer USB drives (my 16GB Kingston DataTraveler), I installed unetbootin on my PC. Then using unetbootin I installed FreeDOS onto the USB stick, downloaded and copied the Samsung firmware (exe file) into the same folder with FreeDOS (that is, into the root directory called "freedos").
Download software mentioned above and follow instructions from these two links:

[Do a web search for unetbootin. You'll find it on] (click "Download for Windows" on top of page).

[Do a web search for freedos. You'll find it on] (fdbasecd.iso is what you'll need to download).

Boot your PC up with the Samsung HD installed; repeatedly hit F12 on keyboard to access boot order.
Navigate to the "USB (name of USB stick here)" line with the arrow keys, hit ENTER
Next screen is the "Unetbooting" screen, select fdos, hit ENTER ("freedos" can't be selected, ironically...)
Select the "Freedos Safe Mode (don't load any drivers)" line from the next screen, hit ENTER
Check the exact DOS name of the firmware file by typing "DIR" after "A:\" first. (This came handy to me, since the firmware file I originally named "F4EG.EXE" was renamed to F4EGEX~1 in DOS!)
If you can't see the F4EG file in the "A:\" directory, switch to the C directory by typing "C:" following the "A:\" and hitting ENTER
Next, type the DOS name of your firmware after "A:\" (or "C:\"...), hit ENTER
There will be a few messages displayed:

"Now updating code"
"Please wait for a while"
"Download completed successfully" (followed by the S/N of the HD in brackets)

Reboot PC to finalize upgrade. You can run the firmware patch repeatedly on new drives if you power off and reboot. The update itself takes less than a minute.
Important: the "Download Completed Successfully" message is pretty much the ONLY confirmation on a successful firmware upgrade! Based on Samsung's own update instructions, the firmware version number does not change at all (Samsung dropped the ball on this big time...).

I hope this helps someone out there! :)
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One star is not because product is not good, but because it will arrive no good... 22 de junio de 2016
Por Katie - Publicado en
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I am compelled to leave just 1-star for this product review not because the product is not good, but because it will arrive no good if you were to purchase it from Amazon. Mine was shipped in an oversize-box with just a few of those air-baggie things thrown in. There was only an anti-static bag protecting the drive, allowing it to tumble freely during the 4 days transport window. As a matter of fact, I'm sure between Fedex and USPS, my box was probably dropped more than once because short of sparks and smokes, my drive had all of the signs of surface damage after I plugged it in.

It sounded like an airplane taking off and crashing abruptly. I turned off power immediately and didn't want to risk damaging my other components. This whole order not only wasted my precious time, but also put me in a precarious situation. To make a long story short, let's just say thank god Amazon got a great return policy, but my problem is still not solved since now I have to source another drive.

All in all, very dissatisfied with the purchase. If there is just a thin layer of bubble-wrap and using a smaller box like 1A, we would be all happy.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Seems OK, but check S.M.A.R.T. status for errors 17 de junio de 2016
Por BeHappy - Publicado en
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I've bought 4 of these so far and returned 2 as defective (based on SMART reporting). The two I kept work well (quiet, fast, cool-running). One of the defective ones just had an increasing "G-Sense error rate" in SMART. The other had the G-Sense error rate issue AND Program_Fail_Cnt_Total == 398. From quick Googling, seems the Program Fail Count has to do with writing to flash memory, so I don't understand yet why it would be increasing.

Either the two "defective" drives are actually *good* but have bad (or badly calibrated) internal sensors, or they're bad and are more likely to fail soon. I'm not taking the risk. If you buy these drives, I suggest running a S.M.A.R.T. check on them before and after you format them.

--- EDIT ---
Now I've bought 5 of these drives and returned 2. Of the 5:
* 2 have zero SMART errors (I kept these)
* 1 had a G-Sense Error Rate in the tens of thousands after I formatted it (and had a Program Fail Count Total in the hundreds); returned this one
* 1 had a G-Sense Error Rate in the tens of thousands after a format; returned this one
* 1 had a G-Sense Error rate of 15 after a format and a ProgramFailCountTotal of 349; kept this one

I got tired of returning these drives that have SMART errors, so I kept the last one. Hopefully it won't fail (or fail out of the RAID array because of the increasing SMART error counts). Either the G-shock sensors inside the drive are too sensitive and the drives really are "OK" or the drives will indeed fail quickly. I'd appreciate some comments by Samsung. If the two error rates I mentioned above don't indicate premature drive failure, then I'd like a firmware update to the drive (or a utility that can disable those two attributes) so that my RAID array won't think it's failing prematurely.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent quality drives. 8 de julio de 2016
Por Sheepdog - Publicado en
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Samsung drives are great. These were bought to use in a high definition surveillance recorder, which is writing data to the disks 24/7.
These disks have been functioning quietly and flawlessly since purchased over six years ago!

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 15 de junio de 2016
Por Jay S. - Publicado en
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