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HDAT2 Hard Disk Repair v6.6 2019 | 1.48 MB
HDAT2 is program for test or diagnostics of ATA/ATAPI/SATA, SSD and SCSI/USB devices.
It will not execute in a DOS session under Windows. You should make a DOS boot floppy disk or CD/DVD and boot your system for it and execute this program from that floppy disk or CD-ROM.
HDAT2 program has 2 levels:
- main function is testing and repair (to regenerate) bad sectors for detected devices
- you get much information about detected devices
File system testing
- read/find/check items (MBR, boot, directories, etc.) of file system FAT12/16/32
- check/remove (regenerates) bad sectors records, flags in FAT table.
• fully implemented commands: SET MAX, SET SECURITY, Device Configuration Overlay (DCO)
• device access with interrupt 13h, direct via ATA ports, with ASPI drivers
• detects ATA/ATAPI/SATA devices with on-board and add-on controllers
• detects devices on AHCI and some RAID controllers
• detects USB devices via USB ASPI driver or BIOS (if supported)
vdetects SCSI hard drives via BIOS interrupt 13h or ASPI drivers
• other SCSI devices are detected via ASPI drivers only (must be loaded before);
with ASPI drivers you will get more information about SCSI devices
• test and repair device for bad sectors (so far version 4.5.3 only)
• many different test-functions for hard drives
• resize ATA/SATA hard drives which supports SET MAX ADDRESS/EXT
(supports 28/48-bits LBA addressing modes)
• resize and change sector size of SCSI disks
• drive lock detection via security feature (Security Menu)
• S.M.A.R.T. functions for ATA/SATA and SCSI drives only
• information about devices (ATA/ATAPI, BIOS interrupt 13h, ASPI, EDD)
• sector viewer for devices (also for USB, ZIP, CD-data discs)
• to access ATA/SATA CD/DVD drive you don't need any driver or MSCDEX
• enable/disable some features for direct-access devices
• Device Configuration Overlay (DCO) feature set
(you can restore a full capacity or allow/disallow some feature sets of hard drive)
• CPU 386/486 with co-processor or higher
• RAM 1 MB or more
• DOS boot system
1. Create a bootable FreeDOS USB drive with Rufus.
2. Copy the executable file "hdat2.exe" to the root directory of that USB drive.
3. Change the boot order of your operating system, so that it starts from the USB drive.
4. The program will start in DOS, in the CMD type hdat2 and press enter.
USE MANUAL INCLUDED: I have included an English manual of the program in PDF.
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