Hello, I have a HP ProLiant MicroServer N40L. I bought a Western Digital WD20EZRX (WD Green 2TB) in March last year. By October 2013, it had failed (the WD Diagnostic Utility found bad sectors). At the time, the N40L was running WHS2011. So I sent it back to WD and they refunded me. In November 2013, I bought a new Western Digital WD40EFRX (WD Red 4TB) to replace it. The N40L is now running Windows 8.1. Well now (January 2014), when I boot up, I get the following message during the POST: I tried swapping the drives to make sure the problem is with the drive itself, and sure enough, it is: Windows recognises the drive and it seems to work fine. I ran the WD Diagnostic Utility and it again says bad sectors. I find it incredible that two hard drives have failed so quickly and am beginning to wonder if it is something I am doing or have neglected to do that causes the drives to either fail or show as failed. Is there anything I can do to fix this instead going through the rigmarole of sending it back to WD and potentially having the issue happen again on any future replacement drive? It is worth mentioning that the ST31000533CS you see in the first photo in Port 1 and in the second photo in Port 2 is a Seagate Pipeline HD (1TB) that I got about five years ago and have not had any problems with. Maybe I should stick with Seagate drives in the future. Thanks in advance.