Toshiba Satellite L750 HDD Protection Utility 2.2.1.12 for Windows 7 x64

Operating systemsOS : Windows 7 x64
ManufacturerManufacturer : Toshiba
CreatedCreated : Sep 10, 2012
Size downloadDownloads : 17
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hdd Protection Utility using the acceleration sensor built in the computer, hdd Protection detects vibration, shocks, and those signs in the computer, and automatically moves the hdd (Hard Disk Drive) head to the safe position to reduce the risk of damage that could be caused to the disk by head-to-disk contact.

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