Date Added:Apr. 04, 2006
Downloads Last Week:5
Easyest to use,
Force closes all the time
Queue's whole directory structures
Delete's bad automatically (or rename)
Hides good, shows only bad when done.
Tight code, this is the best SFV checker ever made.
Remembers checks, so retests are very fast.
Can drag and drop folders / SFV files.
Work in Win7...sometimes.
Great if you have XP or older.
Updated on Mar 22, 2011
simple,fast and free.
Have used with vista and has worked most of the time.
Is not compatible with vista
have used quite abit with vista but it has started crashing latley.
Would be awesome if Big-O would format for vista/win7
since has worked well in past I'm going to try a reinstall
Simple and fast creation of MD5 and SFV checksum files.
Crashes out after being installed for a while, but reinstalling seems to cure the problem.
Excellent utility, but be prepared to reinstall if necessary.
Reasonably simple to operate, Readme covers most options.
You must select entire contents of a folder to examine; you cannot select a subset.
Unable to calculate MD5 checksums of original AVI files on my hard drive, let alone compare the ones I just burned to a DVD. Tried several times, but had to give up.
By default it ignores picture and movie files, but since that's what I'm trying to burn to data DVDs, I needed to learn how to change that behaviour before getting anywhere.
Disappointed it wouldn't work for me; surprised after reading all the other positive comments here.
Reply by jhlakey on August 1, 2010
If you had read the specs, you would have seen that Vista is not supported. Pls read the specs before you downrate a product.
Software got lots of funct, totally easy to get bunch of MD5 from specific folder
There is no MD5 comparison functionality (where you can compare with md5 txt file received from internet), you still need to compare it manually in notepad
I like this one, especially the small installation file
Creating & checking checksums couldn't be simpler. You can define what types of files to exclude, a nice touch.
Inability to accept command line instruction, at least none that I know of.
You can have it create MD5 sums for you in a batch sort of way. That at least it does very well. If it weren't for that I'd be giving it a lower score.
It is overly confusing. You need to figure out how to make an MD5 file for the program or whatever you are checking, and then you can finally tell the program to check it. Why not just say "here's the hash, here's the program, check it"? Sheesh.
HkSFV does what it should do. It checks your files compared to the SFV-file.
The program hangs too often. At first this happened once and a while, but then, after having the program installed for a couple of months, it hang almost all the time.
Quick access from desktop, makes a pre-burning check of files very easy.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.big-o-software.com|
|Release Date||April 04, 2006|
|Date Added||April 04, 2006|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||5|