Reboot, try again.
Use a different SATA cable, try again.
Use a different SATA controller, try again.
If, after any combination of those (at least, the ones you are capable of doing) it still gives you the same results, the drive is soon to be dead. Hopefully you can return it or RMA it.
By different SATA controller, do you mean I should try a different sata port? because both my drives are running on SATA 6gbit/s which I think is using a 3rd part controller... I'm kinda new to computers but changing to the 3gbit ports will not effect my configuration will it?... I had bad experiences messing with HDDs inside old 90s hardware (although I've found Sata is very simple vs the older IDE connection)