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It seems that most manufacturers are standardizing this head parking feature and it doesn't make sense why they would do that if it's detrimental to the drive While I appreciate the concern that some users have about high head park counts, I really don't get why anyone thinks they know better than the manufacturers about how it affects HDD life. A relationship between high head part count and HDD failure has not been shown by anyone, afaik. Try different AHCI drivers.
Head parking is not only a power savings feature; it also protects the drive from physical damage in case of shock in idle or power off -- basically prevents the head from touching the disk (and damaging it). I'm surprised so many here seem to perceive differently.