I've got a very new laptop running Windows 10 and recently it decided to do some self-updates and after the hard drive became unstable. Windows kept trying to scan and repair the disk but it froze at 0% all the time whilst there were corrupt Windows files all over the place, causing major problems with things such as explorer.exe.
I've recently done a reset on the laptop and it seems to be working fine except HDSentinal shows a health of 22% on the SSD (Kingston) due to bad sectors. I've tried using another software like HHDScan which showed no errors or bad sectors & run Kingston's SSD Manager which shows a good health of the SSD whilst also running chkdsk without any issues.
Is this HDSentinal software just lying to me regarding bad sectors or can I find out another way?