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Master Hard Disk: S.M.A.R.T. Command Failed

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Dear god, couldn't you have attached that so it would have retained its formatting? :P

 

Ha, ha. Yeah next time use a code box.

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lokoike: Can I have your log too? Also, download the new build at the same address and see if the serial number gets properly trimmed. If it doesn't, then that means those spaces aren't really spaces, but are some other character that looks like spaces (like a tab), which is like that because of your drive. I may be able to see such characters in a saved log and filter them out in future builds.

 

Here she be:

 

 

S.M.A.R.T. is enabled on physical drive 0Drive 0 is an IDE hard drive that supports S.M.A.R.T.Cylinders: 16383, heads: 16, sectors per track: 63Model: IC25N030ATCS04-0Firmware revision: CA3OA71ASerial number: CSL306DBJEYRLAData for physical drive 0:--------------------------------------------------------------------------|Dec|Hex| Attribute Name			 |	  Flags	  |Value|Worst|Thrsh|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|001| 01| Raw Read Error Rate		|PW OC	ER	  | 100 | 100 |  62 ||002| 02| Throughput Performance	 |PW	PE		 | 100 | 100 |   7 ||003| 03| Spin Up Time			   |PW OC PE		 | 136 | 136 |  18 ||004| 04| Start/Stop Count		   |   OC	   EC   |  99 |  99 |  51 ||005| 05| Reallocated Sector Count   |PW OC	   EC SP| 100 | 100 |  11 ||007| 07| Seek Error Rate			|PW OC	ER	  | 100 | 100 |   5 ||008| 08| Seek Time Performance	  |PW	PE		 | 100 | 100 |  18 ||009| 09| Power On Hours Count	   |   OC	   EC   |  89 |  89 |  19 ||010| 0A| Spin Retry Count		   |PW OC	   EC   | 100 | 100 |  50 ||012| 0C| Power Cycle Count		  |   OC	   EC SP|  99 |  99 |  10 ||191| BF| G-Sense error rate		 |   OC	ER	  |  99 |  99 |  50 ||192| C0| Power-Off Retract Cycle	|   OC	   EC SP|  99 |  99 |  18 ||193| C1| Load/Unload Cycle Count	|   OC	   EC   |  86 |  86 |   2 ||194| C2| HDA Temperature			|   OC			| 125 | 125 |  50 ||196| C4| Reallocated Event Count	|   OC	   EC SP| 100 | 100 |  34 ||197| C5| Current Pending Sector	 |   OC		  SP| 100 | 100 |   8 ||198| C6| Offline Uncorrectable	  |		 ER	  | 100 | 100 |  10 ||199| C7| UDMA CRC Error Count	   |   OC	ER	  | 200 | 200 |   0 |--------------------------------------------------------------------------Legend:PW - Pre-failure warranty attribute - OC - Online collection attributePE - Performance attribute		  - ER - Error rate attributeEC - Error count attribute		  - SP - Self-preserving attributeNo obvious problems were detected on your drive(s).

 

The serial spacing is fixed, as well as the log's extension. w00t!

 

Now if only it came with some background music...

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Here's a log from another computer.

 

 

 

 

 

Here is mine DJ and thanks for the program

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I also wish to be a user of SMARTass, so here's my log.

 

S.M.A.R.T. is enabled on physical drive 0Drive 0 is an IDE hard drive that supports S.M.A.R.T.Cylinders: 16383, heads: 16, sectors per track: 63Model: WDC WD800BB-75CAA0Firmware revision: 16.06V16Serial number: WD-WMA8E8982542Data for physical drive 0:--------------------------------------------------------------------------|Dec|Hex| Attribute Name			 |	  Flags	  |Value|Worst|Thrsh|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|001| 01| Raw Read Error Rate		|PW OC	ER	  | 200 | 200 |  51 ||003| 03| Spin Up Time			   |PW OC PE		 |  97 |  95 |  50 ||004| 04| Start/Stop Count		   |   OC	   EC SP|  97 |  97 |  51 ||005| 05| Reallocated Sector Count   |PW OC	   EC SP| 199 | 199 |  11 ||007| 07| Seek Error Rate			|PW OC	ER	  | 200 | 200 |  50 ||009| 09| Power On Hours Count	   |   OC	   EC SP|  92 |  92 |  19 ||010| 0A| Spin Retry Count		   |PW OC	   EC   | 100 | 100 |  19 ||011| 0B| Calibration Retry Count	|PW OC	   EC   | 100 | 100 |  50 ||012| 0C| Power Cycle Count		  |   OC	   EC SP|  97 |  97 |  50 ||196| C4| Reallocated Event Count	|   OC	   EC SP| 199 | 199 |  18 ||197| C5| Current Pending Sector	 |   OC	   EC   | 200 | 200 |  18 ||198| C6| Offline Uncorrectable	  |   OC	   EC   | 200 | 200 |  10 ||199| C7| UDMA CRC Error Count	   |   OC	ER	  | 200 | 253 |   9 ||200| C8| Write Error Count		  |PW	   ER	  | 200 | 200 |   0 |S.M.A.R.T. is enabled on physical drive 1Drive 1 is an IDE hard drive that does NOT support S.M.A.R.T.Cylinders: 16383, heads: 16, sectors per track: 63Model: WDC WD800BB-75CAA0Firmware revision: 16.06V16Serial number: WD-WMA8E8913192--------------------------------------------------------------------------Legend:PW - Pre-failure warranty attribute - OC - Online collection attributePE - Performance attribute		  - ER - Error rate attributeEC - Error count attribute		  - SP - Self-preserving attributeNo obvious problems were detected on your drive(s).

 

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hmm. Okay. Thanks for that. SMARTass is now winding down. I have what I need to be able to add this to Dial-a-fix at a later date.

 

Will it be in the next release?

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hmm. Okay. Thanks for that.

 

I didn't mean any disrespect! Just me having fun.

 

One question though; how is an end-user supposed to dicepher the data? For instance the 'Power On Hours Count' had me wondering since my system had only been on for a few minutes and didn't really match any of the numbers listed.

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I literally meant thanks... it was not sarcasm.

 

An end-user is not supposed to decipher that data; this is for me.

 

End users should use hdtune, which is far superior.

 

All of the attributes are referring to the hard drive, not the system itself, and the statistics are gathered over time. The numbers in my value column are not literal measurements; i.e., the 'power on count' is not in units such as hours, or days or anything. Only the "raw" value (which is not shown in my program) actually contains real counts like that. The numbers my program shows are statistical/percentage type numbers, set by the manufacturer. The only thing you need to know is: if an attribute's Value falls below its Threshold (excluding Seagate drives) then that attribute is reporting imminent failure.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-Monitori...logy#Attributes

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Thank you for the information DJLizard, and no wonder I couldn't make heads or tails of the data. I'll have to give hdtune a whirl.

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