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Drives start dying from the day you install them. If you've run a full diagnostic on the drive and it passes then it's probably still OK to use for the time being. Just make sure you make a good backup image and keep it on hand.

You may want to perform the maintenance cycle using SpinRite to help rejuvenate the drive and extend it's life. The GSOD itself is no indication of a failing hard drive, just a corrupt filesystem. I've had GSODs that fixed themselves on drives that ran for several more years after the fact. I see too many posts that falsely equate a GSOD with a bad hard drive which is simply wrong.
 
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