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Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 5.50

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Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 5.50

Hard Disk Sentinel (HDSentinel) is a multi-OS SSD and HDD checking and examination programming. Its will probably discover, test, analyze and fix hard plate drive issues, report and show SSD and HDD wellbeing, execution debasements, and disappointments. Hard Disk Sentinel gives total literary depiction, tips and shows/reports the most far-reaching data about the hard plates and strong state circles inside the PC or in outer nooks (USB/e-SATA). Various cautions and report choices are accessible to guarantee the most extreme security of your important information.

The product screens hard circle drive/HDD status, including wellbeing, temperature and all S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, worked in most hard circles, strong state plates and half breed drives (SSHD) today) values for every circle. Likewise, it quantifies the plate move speed progressively which can be utilized as a benchmark or to identify conceivable hard circle disappointments, execution corruptions.

Hard Disk Sentinel 5.50 discharge notes:

Enhancements and new highlights:

  • included the help of Intel Virtual RAID on CPU (Intel VROC): distinguish NVMe RAID exhibit individuals, complete self-checking S.M.A.R.T. status of NVMe M.2 SSDs overseen by Intel VROC controller
  • included the help of HighPoint NVMe RAID controllers: distinguish NVMe RAID exhibit individuals, complete self-checking S.M.A.R.T. status of NVMe M.2 SSDs overseen by HighPoint NVMe RAID controllers
  • included the help of HighPoint SSD7101A-1 NVMe RAID controller
  • included the help of Lenovo 530-8I RAID connector: recognize total S.M.A.R.T. status of SATA/SAS hard circle drives arranged as a RAID
  • included the help of ThinkSystem 930-8I 2GB Flash PCIe 12Gb Adapter: recognize total S.M.A.R.T. status of SATA/SAS hard circle drives arranged as a RAID
  • included the help of Dell PowerEdge Boot Optimized Storage Solution – BOSS: recognize RAID exhibit individuals, complete self-checking S.M.A.R.T. status of SSDs overseen by the BOSS RAID controller
  • included help for MOBIUS 5-straight RAID hard circle walled in the area: recognize the total status of SATA hard plates designed as JBOD or RAID
  • included the help of ICY DOCK MB662U3-2S R1 RAID outer fenced in the area: distinguish status data about RAID plate individuals
  • included the help of Kingston Enterprise SSDs: DC500R and DC500M
  • included the location of eMMC stockpiling gadgets utilized in tablets: distinguish and show eMMC explicit data and self-observing status. Show eMMC wellbeing (whenever bolstered by the eMMC gadget)
  • (Much appreciated such a great amount for Tim Schuerewegen for his incredible work)
  • included help for Swissbit modern SD cards, ATP mechanical SD cards, Kingston SDCIT modern SD cards: recognize status data, wellbeing, and measurements
  • (Much appreciated such a great amount for Tim Schuerewegen for his incredible work)
  • included the help of Minerva RAID R2056A connector (M.2 B+M indent to SATA 7pin x2 RAID Card)
  • included the help of different Apacer SATA SSDs

Improved equipment support:

  • fixed wellbeing show for Western Digital WD BLUE SSDs
  • improved help of WD and Hitachi Helium-filled (He) hard circle drives
  • totally overhauled HighPoint SATA/SAS RAID controller support: better recognition of RAID cluster design, legitimate/physical plate drives, improved status identification and S.M.A.R.T. detailing with HighPoint SATA/SAS RAID controllers
  • added alternative to begin Disk menu – > Short individual test, broadened individual test on circles overseen by JMicron outside RAID nooks
  • added alternative to utilize Disk menu – > Advanced power the board, Acoustic Management on circles overseen by JMicron outside RAID nooks
  • improved help of JMicron outside multi-drive nooks running in port multiplier (non-RAID) mode (drive request and coherent drive assignments redressed)
  • improved NVMe recognition with Intel RST RAID driver and Intel Volume Management Device NVMe RAID Controller driver
  • improved help of various Kingston, KingDian SSDs
  • improved compose type circle testing with Transcend RDF5 memory card peruser
  • improved compose type plate testing of SD cards arranged to exFAT
  • improved NVMe status discovery under Windows 7 when Intel chipset driver 15.7 utilized for the NVMe SSD
  • improved help of different HighPoint RAID controllers (SATA just, SATA+SAS, NVMe)
  • the improved showcase of lifetime composes on different TOSHIBA SATA SSDs
  • improved help of ORICO 2139U3 outer fenced-in areas
  • improved help of ADATA SU650 SSDs
  • improved help of KingSpec SATA SSDs
  • improved discovery of SATA circle drives on LSI (non-RAID) HBA controllers
  • improved ASM1092R RAID controller chip support
  • improved power on time show for SAS hard plate HGST H7280A520SUN8.0T
  • improved help of eSATA/USB multi-drive hard plate fenced-in areas in port multiplier (non-RAID) mode
  • improved similarity with ICY BOX IB-RD3640SU3
  • improved lifetime composes on different Samsung SATA SSDs
  • improved wellbeing show on Kingston SA400M8120G SSD
  • improved Intel NVMe SSD location
  • improved circle identification with LSI RAID controllers when array(s) corrupted/disk(s) absent or outside

Bug fixes, further adjustments:

  • an improved showcase of lifetime composes on different Samsung SATA SSDs
  • improved power on time show for different SCSI/SAS hard circle drives
  • overheat plate notice shows influenced hard circle drive(s) first
  • show the message box with the aftereffect of email test when all warnings crippled
  • refreshed Russian language support, THANKS for Dmitry Yerokhin for the interpretation
  • refreshed Spanish language support, THANKS for Skylär Astaröt for the interpretation
  • refreshed Chinese language support, THANKS Chenxu Wang for the interpretation

Download: Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 5.50 | Portable | 30.0 MB (Shareware)
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