6 responses to “Monitor Your Hard Disk’s Health With CrystalDiskInfo”

  1. chinmoy

    Tested my hardisk. Perfect results.
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  2. Shaunak De

    One good thing about Fedora 11 is that it comes with the Palimpstest Disk Utility inbuilt. It tests all the HDDs attached and generates error and pre-fail reports. The system is very well integrated. It sits on the taskbar and warns of failing HDDs at login.

    I attach two screenshots, one of my old and failing Samsung HDD and one of my new WD6400AAKS.
    Sc1: http://bit.ly/8MVDB
    Sc2: http://bit.ly/J6cmb
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  3. alisyah

    nice info, thanks alot ya
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  4. Jessica Allen

    I was actually looking at health articles in general, but then I came across your article. It is extremely interesting, and has made me think about my PC’s health now, so it’s time to look after my electronic companion now, and I think I have badly neglected it.

    Thanks for your informative post. It is excellent, and has made me think about more than my own health

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