Dec 172017
 
Hard disk tester.
File HD312.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category HD Utilities
Hard disk tester.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
HDCHEK.EXE 27718 14889 deflated
HDTEST.DOC 56175 15057 deflated
HDTEST.EXE 35064 18877 deflated
MAKETXT.EXE 7040 4359 deflated
README.1ST 945 517 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file


The following files should be in this Archive:

HDTEST.EXE The HDTEST program
HDCHEK.EXE The HDCHEK program
HDTEST.DOC Documentation file
MAKETXT.EXE DOC file processor (see below)
README.1ST This file

The HDTEST.DOC file is formatted to be printed out on a printer capable
of underlining by doing a without a and overtyping - most printers
can do this. If you want to view it in an editor and/or TYPE it to the console,
you will need to remove the underlining. To do this, simply give the command
"MAKETXT HDTEST" (without the quotes, of course). MAKETXT will read the .DOC
file (which it expects to find in the current directory) and write a second
file called HDTEST.TXT, which can be edited or TYPEd without difficulty.

Users of versions previous to V3.12 should see the "CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS
VERSIONS" section of the documentation.




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