Description: Macrorit Disk Scanner is a smart disk bad sectors scan free software, It can help you quickly test the disk and mark the location of bad sectors,Support automatical shutdown after the scan is completed , and automatically save the scan results in the specified location.Select the fastest "smart" algorithm, the scanning speed should reach to the maximum extent supported by the device.The disk partition tool is recommended both for PC and sever users. Macrorit Disk Scanner can support more than one operating system, MBR/GPT on 32/64 bits Operating System including Windows XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003/2008/2008-R2/2012, Windows SBS, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Support > 2T hard drive, 1024 sector size. Disk Scanner is a tiny freeware utility to check the hard drive for read errors. Sometimes, you may notice, that some files on the disk cannot be read. This may happen for several reasons, but the most important one is the hard drive degradation, that may be the first typical sign of the disk failure. New Function: 1.Offers disk,partitions,free space or any specified location bad sectors scan 2.Support automatical shutdown after the scan is completed , and automatically save the scan results in the specified location. 3.Select the fastest "smart" falgorithm, the scanning speed should reach to the maximum extent supported by the device.
Change Info: 1. Automatic version detection.
2. Bugs fixed in previous version. (Fixed the point problem in the edit box; fixed bug: software window cannot be closed during long-time scanning process; etc.)
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