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    Hi guys I use Victoria SSD for checking my hard disc state, I use for knows how the surface or sectors are, but I wish to know if thereīs some another tool for this? I mean a very tool that you can trust ?

    By the way, do you trust in Victoria SSD is really for trust ?
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    I wouldn't trust victoria ssd,i use my Intel SSD Toolbox for scans.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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    Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    I wouldn't trust victoria ssd,i use my Intel SSD Toolbox for scans.
    I can see I was wrong, when I said Victoria SSD I donīt mean about SSD disc I mean about conventional hard disc

    Because that what do you think?
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    Originally Posted by BlurayHD View Post
    Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    I wouldn't trust victoria ssd,i use my Intel SSD Toolbox for scans.
    I can see I was wrong, when I said Victoria SSD I donīt mean about SSD disc I mean about conventional hard disc

    Because that what do you think?
    I've used it from a rescue disk (Bart PE CD) and ran it on both of my Hdd's.
    I tried the refresh function, seems to be similar to Steve Gibsons's tool (SpinRite at GRC.COM)
    from about 20 years ago.

    What are you using it for?
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    Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    I wouldn't trust victoria ssd,i use my Intel SSD Toolbox for scans.
    It works for my regular drives as well.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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