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Stephen, all of the above poster's recommendations are the way to go. IfIIf I were you I'd make a clone of the drive before it completely fails. Once, cloned you can erase the old HD using the secure erase option that writes zeros to the drive. This option helps the HD allocate any bad blocks or sectors and prevents the HD from writing to these bad blocks/sectors. Once, you have reformatted the drive try to clone back to the old drive. If the HD still exhibits this behavior, then the HD is just bad and will eventually have to be replaced. You need to act fast if you wish to save any data on this drive. For future purposes you might want to look at Disk Warrior, This utility can bring bad HDs with corrupt directories back to life with no data loss or recovery needed.
Stephen, all of the above poster's recommendations are the way to go. IfIIf I were you I'd make a clone of the drive before it completely fails. Once, cloned you can erase the old HD using the secure erase option that writes zeros to the drive. This option helps the HD allocate any bad blocks or sectors and prevents the HD from writing to these bad blocks/sectors. Once, you have reformatted the drive try to clone back to the old drive. If the HD still exhibits this behavior, then the HD is just bad and will eventually have to be replaced. You need to act fast if you wish to save any data on this drive. For future purposes you might want to look at Disk Warrior, This utility can bring bad HDs with corrupt directories back to life with no data loss or recovery needed.

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Stephen, all of the above poster's recommendations are the way to go.  IfI were you I'd make a clone of the drive before it completely fails.  Once, cloned you can erase the old HD using the secure erase option that writes zeros to the drive. This option helps the HD allocate any bad blocks or sectors and prevents the HD from writing to these bad blocks/sectors.  Once, you have reformatted the drive try to clone back to the old drive.  If the HD still exhibits this behavior, then the HD is just bad and will eventually have to be replaced.  You need to act fast if you wish to save any data on this drive.

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