Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 3.40 Build 4315 RETAIL - PREACTIVATED zoo
Hard Disk Sentinel (HDSentinel) is a multi-OS HDD/SSD monitoring and analysis application. Its goal is to find, test, diagnose and repair disk drive problems, report and display SSD and HDD health, performance degradations and failures. Hard Disk Sentinel gives complete textual description, tips and displays/reports the most comprehensive information about the hard disks and solid state disks inside the computer or in external enclosures (USB / e-SATA). Many different alerts and report options are available to ensure maximum safety of your valuable data.
HDSentinel is the perfect data protection solution: it can be effectively used to prevent HDD failure and SSD / HDD data loss because it has the most sensitive disk health rating system which is extremely sensitive to disk problems. This way even a small HDD problem can't be missed. The Professional version has scheduled and automatic (on-problem) disk backup options to prevent data loss caused by not only failure but by malware or accidental delete also.
HDD Sentinel runs in the background and verifies SSD / HDD health status by inspecting the SMART status of the disk(s). If an error is found or unexpected behaviour is detected, it warns the user about the current situation and also can perform appropriate actions (for example, start an automatic backup).
The software displays the current hard disk temperature and logs maximum and average HDD temperatures. This may be used to check the maximum temperature under high hard disk load.
Changes in Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 3.40, 4/11/2010: * detection of SATA disks configured to RAID arrays on INTEL Matrix RAID controllers (ICH7R / ICH8R / ICH9R / ICH10R / Series 3400). Driver update may be required from the Driver Zone to get all information.
* improved health calculation and information reporting for various SSD and HDD devices
* reporting Advanced Format: physical sectors with 4096 bytes
* improved surface test
* user interface fixes and improvements
* bug fixed with attribute database