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What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?



 
 
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Old October 28th 06, 09:07 PM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
Phil Kyle
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Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
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In message , Frazer Jolly Goodfellow
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I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to twist
and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the record
I'll restate my points and exit:


you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better alternatives. The
drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good suggestion -- they mostly lie
unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.


I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly go
elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.


So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them! Have
you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather short, rather
exclusive and must have been acquired a long time ago? Like 10 years
ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been doing this stuff for a
while. He might even have learned something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What utter
****e you talk.

Thanks, Tone.





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  #2  
Old October 29th 06, 04:54 AM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
ah
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Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

Phil Kyle wrote:
Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
news
In message , Frazer Jolly Goodfellow
writes

I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to twist
and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the record
I'll restate my points and exit:


you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better alternatives. The
drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good suggestion -- they mostly lie
unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.


I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly go
elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.


So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them! Have
you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather short, rather
exclusive and must have been acquired a long time ago? Like 10 years
ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been doing this stuff for a
while. He might even have learned something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What utter
****e you talk.


Dood! Tom's mastered COBOL2, among other thingies. That's, like, Über.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.
--
ah
  #3  
Old October 30th 06, 01:31 PM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt,comp.os.os2.advocacy
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

ah thole wrote:
Phil Kyle wrote:
Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
news
In message , Frazer Jolly Goodfellow
writes

I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to twist
and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the record
I'll restate my points and exit:

you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better alternatives. The
drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good suggestion -- they mostly lie
unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.

I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly go
elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.

So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them! Have
you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather short, rather
exclusive and must have been acquired a long time ago? Like 10 years
ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been doing this stuff for a
while. He might even have learned something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What utter
****e you talk.


Dood! Tom's mastered COBOL2, among other thingies. That's, like, ber.


Meanwhile, Dickless still struggles with FORTRAN.

Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Ring Tone.

  #4  
Old November 8th 06, 09:31 PM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
Phil Kyle
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Posts: 87
Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

ah verbally sodomised in
:

Phil Kyle wrote:
Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
news
In message , Frazer Jolly Goodfellow
writes

I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to twist
and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the record
I'll restate my points and exit:

you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better alternatives.
The drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good suggestion -- they
mostly lie unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.

I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly go
elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.

So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them!
Have you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather short,
rather exclusive and must have been acquired a long time ago? Like 10
years ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been doing this stuff for
a while. He might even have learned something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What
utter ****e you talk.


Dood! Tom's mastered COBOL2, among other thingies. That's, like,
Über.


COBOL2? That's like making Chernobyl2. Crazy.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.

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Phil Kyle

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S o n o
i u e n
g r s g
  #5  
Old November 9th 06, 10:34 PM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
Phil Kyle
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Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

"Theobold Watcher" verbally
sodomised in :


On 8-Nov-2006, Phil Kyle wrote:

ah verbally sodomised in
:

Phil Kyle wrote:
Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
news
In message , Frazer Jolly
Goodfellow writes

I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to twist
and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the record
I'll restate my points and exit:

you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better
alternatives. The drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good
suggestion -- they mostly lie unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.

I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly go
elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.

So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them!
Have you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather
short, rather exclusive and must have been acquired a long time
ago? Like 10 years ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been
doing this stuff for a while. He might even have learned something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What
utter ****e you talk.

Dood! Tom's mastered COBOL2, among other thingies. That's, like,
Über.


COBOL2? That's like making Chernobyl2. Crazy.


I don't know wot that means. Crazy.


Neither do I. Crazy.



Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.



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Phil Kyle

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S o n o
i u e n
g r s g
  #6  
Old November 9th 06, 10:35 PM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
Phil Kyle
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Posts: 87
Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

ah verbally sodomised in
:

Theobold Watcher wrote:
On 8-Nov-2006, Phil Kyle wrote:

ah verbally sodomised in
:

Phil Kyle wrote:
Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
news
In message , Frazer Jolly
Goodfellow writes

I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to
twist and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the
record I'll restate my points and exit:

you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better
alternatives. The drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good
suggestion -- they mostly lie unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.

I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly
go elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.

So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them!
Have you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather
short, rather exclusive and must have been acquired a long time
ago? Like 10 years ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been
doing this stuff for a while. He might even have learned
something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What
utter ****e you talk.

Dood! Tom's mastered COBOL2, among other thingies. That's, like,
Über.


COBOL2? That's like making Chernobyl2. Crazy.


I don't know wot that means. Crazy.


It's like--you know--something noone in their right mind wants to
experience.


Oh right, I geddit now.



Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.

--
Phil Kyle

T
h i
i s
s l
f i l
S o n o
i u e n
g r s g
  #7  
Old November 24th 06, 04:54 AM posted to demon.local,demon.tech.pc,demon.service,uk.comp.home-networking,uk.comp.homebuilt
ah
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Posts: 36
Default What`s the best free software to test a hard-drive?

Phil Kyle wrote:
ah verbally sodomised in
:

Theobold Watcher wrote:
On 8-Nov-2006, Phil Kyle wrote:

ah verbally sodomised in
:

Phil Kyle wrote:
Tony Wright verbally sodomised in
news
In message , Frazer Jolly
Goodfellow writes

I've had enough of this sterile thread - you just continue to
twist and turn and troll to get yourself off the hook. So for the
record I'll restate my points and exit:

you would do yourself more credit by suggesting better
alternatives. The drive manufacturer utilities aren't a good
suggestion -- they mostly lie unless you do the exhaustive tests..

Tomsrtbt is not the choice of professionals. Most professionals
have ever heard of Tomsrtbt before.

I assume that in your ire you missed out the n in 'ever'

Any professional arriving at http://www.toms.net would instantly
go elsewhere on seeing such amateur presentation. It's just not a
reasonable expectation that pro-quality software would originate
from such a crass site.

So you've got alternatives that beat tomsrbt? Well lets have them!
Have you also considered that the domain toms.net is rather
short, rather exclusive and must have been acquired a long time
ago? Like 10 years ago. Hmm, how about that, this guy has been
doing this stuff for a while. He might even have learned
something.


Yes, his website is 10 years old so his software must be good! What
utter ****e you talk.

Dood! Tom's mastered COBOL2, among other thingies. That's, like,
Über.


COBOL2? That's like making Chernobyl2. Crazy.

I don't know wot that means. Crazy.


It's like--you know--something noone in their right mind wants to
experience.


Oh right, I geddit now.


You would, wouldn't you?




Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.

Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.


Thanks, Tone.
--
ah
 




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