Check the current state of the hard disk and help users to know better about the performance, and also find the error hard disk quickly.
You can manually check the hard disk, including critical area detection and all-ground detection.
Critical area detection: The part used in the hard disk is detected through the system’s own file system, which requires the hard disk to write data completely overwritten in the system, to quickly complete the scan of the hard disk.
All-ground Detection: To detect the entire hard disk, a full scan using Windows mode takes a long time, which may affect the hard disk being recorded.
Step 1: Select Main Menu>Storage>Disk Check>Manual check.
Step 2: Select the detection type and hard disk, and click to Start Check.
Step 3: In the pop-up prompt dialog box, click OK, the system starts to detect, display detection information. Note: When the system detects the hard disk, click Stop Detection to stop detecting the hard disk, and click Start Detection again to re-detect the hard disk.
After the hard disk detection is complete, you can view the detailed detection report.
Step 1:Select Main Menu>Storage>Disk Check>Check Report.
Step 2: Double-click the detection report, or click
to view the results of the hard disk detection and the S.M.A.R.T report.