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Want to ensure your hard disk is healthy? Ever wondered how many hours of life it’s seen? Crystal Disk Info will give you these answers and more.

Download Crystal Disk Info

Choose Binary [x86 2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT4 i18n] under CrystalDiskInfo

Crystal Disk Info Features

Crystal Disk Info shows information about your HDD including the following: general information (health status, temperature, power on count, power on hours etc.) and S.M.A.R.T information. Crystal Disk Info can also serve as an alarm if the HDD overheats.

Crystal Disk Info System Requirements

  • 800×600 Resolution or higher
  • 16bit color or higher
  • Browser
    • IE 6.0+
    • FireFox 2.0+
    • Opera 8.0+
    • Safari 2.0+
  • Encoding UTF-8

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Download Crystal Disk Info

Choose Binary [x86 2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT4 i18n] under CrystalDiskInfo



 Crystal Disk Info Gives You Hard Disk Information

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  • Mel

    I always get paranoid with tools that check out my hard drive. I guess maybe I’ve just had too many bad experiences with partitioning tools…

  • Mel

    I always get paranoid with tools that check out my hard drive. I guess maybe I’ve just had too many bad experiences with partitioning tools…

  • Mel

    I always get paranoid with tools that check out my hard drive. I guess maybe I’ve just had too many bad experiences with partitioning tools…


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