Seagate "seatools" for testing hard disc

  anchor 16:08 07 Mar 05

Has anyone used them, and if so were they useful?.

Also, are they non-destructive to existing data on the hard drive.?

click here

  Diodorus Siculus 16:19 07 Mar 05

Good, if nothing else works and depending on what the problem is.

I've used it to lowlevel format a seagate disk and it sorted some problems.

  Stuartli 16:32 07 Mar 05

I use Data Lifeguard NT.exe from the Western Digital website, but it's basically a means of checking that the hard drive is in good order.

You'll find similar utilities on all the HDD manufacturers' websites.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:54 07 Mar 05

Hard disk tools :-
Seatools click here
WD Data lifeguard click here
Maxblast3 click here
Power defrag lite click here
Autodefrag click here

All well proven by site members, use Maxblast3 myself as have two maxtor 120G drives.

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