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Giveaway of the day — Hard Disk Sentinel Standard 5.50

Detectar posibles problemas antes de que resulten en una pérdida irrecuperable de datos.
$19.50 EXPIRÓ
Votación de Usuario: 115 (93%) 8 (7%) 1 Comentarios

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Detectar problemas de unidad de disco duro antes de que ocurra una catástrofe. Con Hard Disk Sentinel, siempre tendrá una visión general completa de la salud de su unidad de disco duro, por lo que puede detectar problemas potenciales antes de que resulten en una catástrofe de datos irrecuperable. Hard Disk Sentinel es la clave para identificar, probar, diagnosticar y reparar problemas de disco duro, incluso con unidades de estado sólido.

Con Hard Disk Sentinel, puede ver instantáneamente informes que detallan la salud total de su unidad, incluyendo temperatura, datos de autocontrol, velocidades de transferencia y más. Cualquier desviación en estos factores podría ser una señal de advertencia temprana de falla de la unidad inminente! Hard Disk Sentinel también funciona en discos duros que se utilizan en cajas externas USB o e-SATA y controladores RAID. No es necesario utilizar herramientas independientes para verificar discos duros internos, discos duros externos, discos SSD, discos en matrices RAID ya que éstos están incluidos en un solo software. Si sus datos son importantes, se lo debes a ti mismo para obtener una copia de Hard Disk Sentinel hoy!


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Requerimientos del Sistema:

Windows 95/ 98/ 98 SE/ ME/ NT4/ 2000/ XP/ 2003/ 2008/ Vista/ 7/ Home Server/ 2012/ 8/ 8.1/ 10; Pentium or compatible CPU; 64 MB of system memory; HD: 30 MB

Publicado por:

Hard Disk Monitoring

Página Oficial:

http://www.hdsentinel.com/hard_disk_sentinel.php

Tamaño del Archivo:

23.8 MB

Licence details:

Lifetime, no updates

Precio:

$19.50

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#1

Broken Hard Drive = Disaster. With this program you will be notified before it happens and you can save your data. Essential along with your backups. It also gives you a lot of additional information about your HDs.

Responder   |   Barel  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+1)
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More and more people use SSD drives and this software is useless to most of us. Nobody can predict SSD failure or the condition, they either work or fail without any warning. Mechanical drives are good for archiving and as backup for storage. The speed of a mechanical drive can never match the speed of a SSD drive. By the way, if you have backup of everything, you do not want to rely on a 5+ year old drives for regular daily use. If you rely on a software to alert you of drive error, you have overused the drive and replace it at once. It is much easier to stop using it before complete disaster strike.
Most of the drives failed already before this software will tell you of the failure. The health of the drive can not be detected by software alone, the heads flying over the platters of the HD can stop reading or writing without any warning. The servo motors running the heads can fail without warning, power surge can damage the control board on the HD without warning, high temperature inside the HD can warp the platters and so on.

Mike  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (-18)

Mike, Sorry, but you're absolutely wrong....
Exactly as you wrote, SSDs can also fail and monitoring them is even more important than hard disks: not only because they produce no noticeable signs of coming failure (no clicking sounds etc.) but also because they degrade with writes.
So without constant monitoring you can never know that your SSD is already experienced lots of wear - so you'll be surprised about "unforeseen" failures.
Hard Disk Sentinel (of course) supports all modern SSDs (today over 6000 SSDs supported), so you can both check the health, diagnose, repair problems.
Yes, SSDs can also fail (and can even have bad sectors).
You can check: https://www.hdsentinel.com/ssd_case_bad_sectors.php
and
https://www.hdsentinel.com/ssd_case_health_decrease_wearout.php

both are very common for SSDs.

Also I'm afraid you're wrong with hard disks. Yes, there can be unforeseen issues (eg. overvoltage, high temperature, mechanical damage/shock/vibration) which can kill a hard disk, but with constant monitoring you can see any, even minor changes, degradations, new problems - long before they can cause failure.
Many people may never notice 1-2 small issues (eg. 1-2 weak sectors, bad sectors or similar) but if they are noticed, we have the opportunity to perform backup.
Yes, I agree that many hard disks (and SSDs!) die completely long before they'd trigger S.M.A.R.T. alert in other tools and/or in the BIOS S.M.A.R.T. function because those are simply not sensitive enough for problems. In contrast, by proper methods, you can be notified about any minor issues, new problems - and can take backup.
I agree that replacement may be required: in many cases, we can't "repair" or make a failing drive perfect. But considering that modern hard disks have TBs of important data, we would need to know if we can read these back tomorrow - or we lose everything, eg. family photos collected for years - or even important business documents. The important and valuable is NOT the hard disk (or the SSD) but the data stored on them.

Janos Mathe  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+18)
#4

I have the Pro version on my main laptop & it notified me that my second HDD was failing due to bad sectors. I was able to save all my data before it was corrupted. That laptop has gone in for repair, for an unrelated problem & I am on my old laptop for a month. This free offer could not have come at a better time. I highly recommend this program. Has an active Forum, in which the owner of this program answers any questions you ask. I say that from experience.

Trevor  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+13)
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I agree with several other comments hereunder: excellent software. I have the 5.30 version previously offered here. You will find the version history here:
https://www.hdsentinel.com/revision540.php
https://www.hdsentinel.com/revision.php (for 5.50).

PaulF  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+9)
#2

Hard Disk Sentinel is a good app, though I've never seen a need to have it start with Windows & run continuously. The free CPUID HWMonitor gives you a continuous read of temps, voltages, fan speeds etc. including hard drives, so I just use Hard Disk Sentinel set to update at 1 minute intervals to monitor HDD temps when using an external USB drive dock because I find the graph display handy. And while the information shown by the free CrystalDiskInfo is a bit more sparse, so is its GUI -- I find it quicker/easier to get a very quick read on drives' S.M.A.R.T.data. That's Not to say there's anything wrong with Hard Disk Sentinel, or that you shouldn't use it as you wish. The dev is generous giving older versions away, and you might find the support, including forums helpful.

S.M.A.R.T. data itself, while imperfect, is what we've got to work with. The data available and thresholds indicating when there's a problem is up to the manufacturer of the drive. It may show a developing problem, or it may not, e.g. drives usually have a small amount of extra storage that they'll use to replace small portions of drive storage that go bad, and if you see that happening repeatedly, it may be time to replace that drive. If you want more than the S.M.A.R.T. data has to offer, some manufacturers, e.g. Seagate, have their own free software to test & sometimes repair drives.

mike  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+9)
#1

Any idea what has changed since giveaway version 5.30?

YD Forums  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+4)

YD Forums,
https://www.hdsentinel.com/rev_previous_versions.php

AR  –  Last month  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+8)

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