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Sharkys

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  1. Hi, I'm repeteadly receiving error "HDD failure predicted based on SMART diagnostic" (not exact translation) on HDD - ST1000DM ST1000DM003-1CH1 SCSI Disk Device (1000 GB, 7200 RPM, SATA-III) - occcuring on two systems with the same HDD. Can anything be done with that ? It's aparently false alert, eg. other applications are showing no issues on SMART data. model ID ST1000DM003-1CH162 S/N S1DGFGMX Revision CC49 World Wide Name 5-000C50-06D285E02 Network audit / AIDA 5.00.3000
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    HDD failure predicted based on SMART diagnostic

    Well, @Fiery, thank you for detailed post, but this is naturally something I know already. What is odd, two same hardrives (same model, different revisions) are reporting the exact same problem. Is it a coincident ? I don't think so. Both are operating normally for longer period of time already, just I lost patience with repeating alarms. Anyway, I would be fine with "false positives" via the network audit function, but I don't have a way to turn them off for those particular machines. I can start filtering those emails, but this isn't an option, right ? Is there anything then you would suggest (on AIDA64 level) ?
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    HDD failure predicted based on SMART diagnostic

    Hi, attaching....seems it is marked as advisory, health 99%. That harddrive is however in this status already almost a year.
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    HDD failure predicted based on SMART diagnostic

    Is it due to the B8 parameter maybe (End to end error) ? Crystal disk info is fine with that...
  5. Hi, I just hit the same problem....missing key is really a pain. what about following ? cd "\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15" cscript ospp.vbs /dstatus ****** Last 5 characters of installed product key: XXXXX ******** It's at least giving last 5 characters, can't you implement it ?
  6. Hi, since upgrade I'm not able to get any PCI device in the "Hardware / PCI" view, also all auditable computers are reporting "unknown PCI devices" - all are Windows XP/Windows 7 . Any idea ?
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    PCI - no device listed / all unknown

    All files from ZIP package were inserted to the previous Everest directory. I'm using Everest/AIDA64 to do network audits (each PC run it via network), using BAT compiled to EXE so I have not to change the path, parameters etc. each time (eg. when migrating to SQL). The mistake I did, I renamed aida64.exe to everest.exe, so I have not to recompile again that BAT file prepared some years ago...I was wrong. Seems that after I renamed it back, it's OK.
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