-SOLVED- Windows 10 Tool to check health of SSD (Acer ICONIA W510 Tablet)

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  1. itsmemario1

    itsmemario1 MDL Addicted

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    Hey,

    I have a Acer Iconia W510 tablet from 2012 here.
    It runs Windows 10 1809 IoT LTSC and has a Intel Atom-1800 CPU + GMA SGX545.

    Neither HWINFO nor Crystaldisk can detect the built in SSD.
    Is there any chance for another tool that might be able to check the health or at least detect the SSD and hand out some infos on such a tablet computer ?
     
  2. Enthousiast

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    #2 Enthousiast, Jul 5, 2020
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    Can you try the QT from here?
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/multi-oem-retail-project-mrp-mk3.71555/#post-1283849
    It should be able to give the needed info about the ssd/emmc/hdd/nvme.

    Some examples:
    Code:
      ==========================================[ System Drive C: Partition Information ]==========================================
     
    BusType                    : ATA/IDE
    Mode                       : Other/Reserved
    Partition Type             : MBR
    DriveType                  : HDD
    Filesystem                 : NTFS
    Model Name                 : WDC WD1600BEVT-75ZCT2
    Capacity Data              : Total: 159 GB , Avail: 125 GB {84%} - Approx Values.
    OS Defrag Task Status 2    : Unknown
    Code:
      ==========================================[ System Drive C: Partition Information ]==========================================
    
    BusType                    : SATA
    Partition Type            : MBR
    DriveType                  : SSD
    Filesystem                : NTFS
    SSD Trim Status            : Enabled for NTFS | Enabled for ReFS
    Model Name                : Samsung SSD 850 PRO 512GB
    Serial Number              : Not Shown On Saved Report
    Capacity Data              : Total: 511 GB , Avail: 419 GB {88%} - Approx Values.
    Health Status              : OK - The disk appears to be functioning normally.
    OS Defrag Task Status 1    : Enabled
    OS Defrag Task Status 2    : Ready
    Bitlocker Boot Status      : Disabled {0x0}
    Code:
      ==========================================[ System Drive C: Partition Information ]==========================================
     
    BusType                    : SAS
    Partition Type             : MBR
    DriveType                  : SSD
    Filesystem                 : NTFS
    SSD Trim Status            : Enabled for NTFS | Enabled for ReFS
    Model Name                 : VMware Virtual S
    Capacity Data              : Total: 64 GB , Avail: 51 GB {86%} - Approx Values.
    Health Status              : OK - The disk appears to be functioning normally.
    OS Defrag Task Status 1    : Enabled
    OS Defrag Task Status 2    : Ready
    Bitlocker Boot Status      : Disabled {0x0}
    Long File Paths Enabled    : Yes {0x1} NTFS allows file paths greater than 260 characters.
    Code:
      ==========================================[ System Drive C: Partition Information ]==========================================
     
    BusType                    : NVMe
    Partition Type             : MBR
    DriveType                  : SSD/NVMe
    Filesystem                 : NTFS
    Model Name                 : ADATA SX8200PNP
    Serial Number              : Not Shown On Saved Report
    Capacity Data              : Total: 511 GB , Avail: 457 GB {96%} - Approx Values.
    Health Status              : OK - The disk appears to be functioning normally.
    OS Defrag Task Status 1    : Enabled
    OS Defrag Task Status 2    : Ready
    Bitlocker Boot Status      : Disabled {0x0}
    Long File Paths Enabled    : Yes {0x1} NTFS allows file paths greater than 260 characters.
     
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  3. Enthousiast

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  4. Enthousiast

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    @itsmemario1

    This is from my tablet:
    Code:
      ==========================================[ System Drive C: Partition Information ]==========================================  
    BusType                    : eMMC/SD
    Partition Type             : GPT
    Secure Boot Status         : Enabled
    DriveType                  : SSD
    Filesystem                 : NTFS
    SSD Trim Status            : Enabled for NTFS | Enabled for ReFS
    Model Name                 : SEM32G
    Serial Number              : Not Shown On Saved Report
    Capacity Data              : Total: 29 GB , Avail: 3 GB {14%} - Approx Values.
    Health Status              : OK - The disk appears to be functioning normally.
    OS Defrag Task Status 1    : Enabled
    OS Defrag Task Status 2    : Ready
    Bitlocker Boot Status      : Disabled {0x0}
    Long File Paths Enabled    : No {0x0} NTFS does NOT allow file paths greater than 260 characters.
     
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  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    emmc/sd, as i already thought, they work on 30MBps write and 80-100MBps read, afaik:)
     
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  6. pm67310

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    hd sentinel for more infos , probaly works
     
  7. itsmemario1

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    HDD Sentinel at least gave the devices name and size away...but nothing else.


    iconia.jpg
     
  8. Raul Mario

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    But what about mine? :D:
    Code:
    ==========================================[ System Drive C: Partition Information ]========================================== 
    
    BusType                    : NVMe 
    Partition Type             : GPT 
    Secure Boot Status         : Enabled 
    DriveType                  : SSD/NVMe 
    Filesystem                 : NTFS 
    Model Name                 : SAMSUNG MZFLV128HCGR-000MV 
    Serial Number              : Not Shown On Saved Report 
    Capacity Data              : Total: 125 GiB , Avail: 12 GiB {11%} - Approx Values. 
    Health Status              : OK - The disk appears to be functioning normally. 
    OS Defrag Service State    : Stopped 
    OS Defrag Task Status 1    : Enabled 
    OS Defrag Task Status 2    : Ready {Localized Wording} 
    Bitlocker Boot Status      : Enabled {0x1} 
    Long File Paths Enabled    : No {0x0} NTFS does NOT allow file paths greater than 260 characters. 
    
    Sorry if something unexpected happens :D:D
     
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  9. itsmemario1

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    @Raul Mario
    So your Acer Iconia has a built in 125 GB Samsung NVMe ? Say what ? :eek:
     
  10. Raul Mario

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    No. I have a Surface Pro 4 :D:D, actually off topic.
     
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  11. nimmysun

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    List of 5 Best Free Tools to Check SSD Health in 2021.
    • 1. CrystalDiskMark. It’s one of the best and lightweight PC Benchmarking tools available out there. The tool is compatible with Windows operating ...
    • 2. AS SSD Benchmark.
    • 3. Anvil’s Storage Utilities.
    • 4. Intel Solid-State Drive Toolbox.
    • 5. SSD Life.
     
  12. VDev

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    Would suggest running CrystalDisk Info to drive health, it can detect USB drives, RAID as well.
     
  13. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Guru

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    There should be an eMMC soldered to the motherboard, there is no an SSD or anything else, in which case it is a so-called flash memory and it has only two options - it works or it doesn't work, there is nothing to measure. Also, there is nothing to exchange and if you want more memory or memory doesn't work no more, then must be replaced the new motherboard.
    While the year number was 2012, there were only soldered modules. Now there are also interchangeable, up to 500GB capacity.
     
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  14. itsmemario1

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    Thanks for additional infos, but this problem got solved half a year ago. :)