Send it back, quit listening to some of the high and mighty pontificationI did not want to fraud or being immoral : the drive only fell from
vertical to horizontal position and I just expected that it was not
the cause of the problem.
* Is there a way to access the g-sensors so I am sure about this ?
* Does my SMART data (cf. my first post) tends to prove that my HDD
was damaged by a g-shock ?
If the sensors are OK, I think I could return my disk back to WD.
Thanks in advance for your help.
going on and just RMA the drive.
If it wasnt able to handle the simple few G shock that it suffered then it
failed the design specs. It should have been able to handle 10 times that many
G's in a parked head situation.