Both of your hard drives are in good condition for file storage.
Regarding your Apple HDD, Victoria shows an average health in "disk shift" (distance the disk has shifted relative to the spindle - caused by shock or high temperature). This value isn't considered a critical factor, but you should check if there's any degradation of its status in the future.
However, as there's no other problem reported by SMART, you shouldn't encounter any problem with the Apple HDD. You can use it to store your files, but regular backup is recommended.
Why did the graph line stop between 357G 429G but the HDD is 1TB? Was the scan complete at 1TB without errors?
I would like a single scan to prove that inside the case there is a legitimate HDD and it is 1TB or if inside the case there is a microSD or USB flash drive or SSD with little storage space and if they changed smart and firmware and that the same and the only test shows if the hdd has any bad blocks or bad sectors
Obs scan not modifier or delete my files saved in hdd
I don't have visual access to the HDD because it is inside the case and the case is sealed without a screw. If it opens, it is easy to break, so I don't know how to check if there really is a WD HDD inside the case.
Is there no test software to prove that the HDD really has 1 TB without modifying, deleting or corrupting my files inside the HDD?
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In my opinion, your WD hard drive seems to be original, but it will be interesting to know where it was purchased to have a better idea.
The software you can use is H2testw. It can determine the real capacity of a disk and perform other tests (detect bad sectors...)
This tool doesn't normally affect user files, but it may require to format the disk for better results, so I recommend you to create a copy of your files on your computer, or on the Apple hard drive if possible. If you've a lot of files, save them into a zip folder.
Is there a real need for a new test or is Kesu a reliable Chinese brand?
This test that I checked quick scan on Victoria does it show the real capacity of the HDD even without formatting it?
Have you ever had a fake device that they formatted to a high GB capacity greater than the hardware supports and when you analyzed it with Victoria it detected the true capacity of the device?