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Should I be getting SMART data with this add in PCI card?
[ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001IHYLTK/ref=oss_product"]Amazon.com: Syba SD-SATA2-4IR PCI SATA II 4x Internal Ports RAID Controller with SIL3124 Chipset: Electronics[/ame]

I have two drives plugged into it at the moment and HD Tune does not pick up any tempeture or SMART data from them, but they work fine. The 5 HDs plugged directly into the MOBO all show the temp and SMART data fine.

I'm pretty sure I have the most up to date bios and drivers. I dunno what else to check.
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Apparently this is a common problem. I've now read that you can use a program called hard disk sentenal to check it. I found the info here.

http://forum.acronis.com/forum/16490

I also found this
""I found this little trick to enable SMART and HDD Temp monitoring in latest Silicon Image RAID drivers on RAID sets. Tested on Silicon Image 3112A and 0680A.

Open a command line window and type this:

"verifier /flags 0x80 /driver scsiport.sys" than press ENTER key

Restart your computer and check it next time you start SpeedFan

To disable it type this on a command line window:

"verifier /reset"

Restart your computer

Also check this from Microsoft:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms792860.aspx
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms792854.aspx


Ill check it out when I get home and update here.
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