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HDDScan 3.3

HDDScan is a freeware utility for storage devices diagnostics (HDD, RAID, Flash)


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  • Last Updated: Dec 10, 2012
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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HDDScan is a System Utilities software developed by Artem Rubtsov. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for HDDScan:

EditByBSEditor: HDDScan is a freeware utility for storage devices Diagnostics (HDD, RAID, Flash). The program can scan storage device for Bad-blocks, show S.M.A.R.T. attributes and change some HDD parameters such as AAM, APM, etc.

Capabilities and requirements:

Supported storage devises:

* USB HDD (see Appendix A).
* FireWire or IEEE 1394 HDD (see Appendix A).
* RAID volumes made of ATA/SATA/SCSI HDDs (surface tests only).
* USB Flash (surface tests only).

Storage device tests:

* Verification in linear mode.
* Reading in linear mode.
* Erasing in linear mode.
* Reading in Butterfly mode (synthetic random read).


* Reading and analyzing S.M.A.R.T. parameters from ATA/SATA/USB/FireWire HDD.
* Reading and analyzing Log Pages from SCSI HDD.
* S.M.A.R.T. tests running on ATA/SATA/USB/FireWire HDD.
* Temperature Monitor on ATA/SATA/USB/FireWire/SCSI HDD.

Additional features:

* Reading and analyzing identity information from ATA/SATA/USB/FireWire/SCSI HDD.
* Changing AAM, APM, PM parameters on ATA/SATA/USB/FireWire HDD.
* Reporting defect information on SCSI HDD.
* Spindle start/stop function on ATA/SATA/USB/FireWire/SCSI HDD.
* Reports can be saved in MHT format.
* Reports can be printed.
* Skins support.
* Command line support (NEW).
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for HDDScan,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with HDDScan.