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Funnel Seek Test - Module Failed To Start

I have Dell Inspiron Mini 10v 1018. Recently I found my notebook has slow speed n some apps not working on it. OS - windows 7 ultimate.
I ran Dell Self diagnostics and found the error
FUNNEL SEEK TEST - MODULE FAILED TO START.
how to get rid of this error/
request assistance...

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Re: error

Clone the drive to a new one and then replace the old one with the copy. Better now?

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(NT) the procedure to clone the driver
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If that's a question, this is the answer.

You don't clone the driver (that's software), you clone the drive (that's hardware), or - better said - you copy the full contents of the drive to another drive.

Last SSD I bought came with a license for Acronis True Image to do it. If you buy a disk (HDD or SSD, don't use SSD if that mini still runs XP) that comes without such a license, there are free programs like Clonezilla (open source) or Aomei backupper.
The only hardware requirement is that both disks are connected.

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