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End to End error Detection

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HD Tune is showing my hard drive End to End error Detection Failed with numbers:

96 96 100 4

They have not changed in the pass 2 days. Should I be concern about this? Thanks.
 
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Had a similar failure on a Hard Drive at work. I ended up looking into it and found this little Knowledge Base article from Acronis. http://kb.acronis.com/content/9119

Basically, the data that your computer receives isn't matching what's actually on the drive. That data goes through the controller and cache and gets corrupted in some way.