Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of FAQ


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Sep 26, 2009, 6:19:59 PM (10 years ago)
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     385=== {{{smartctl}}} aborts with the message "...SMART_GET_VERSION failed" on Windows. What is going wrong? ===
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     387A failing [http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms803644.aspx SMART_GET_VERSION] call means that the device driver does not implement the I/O controls (see [wiki:FAQ#OnWindowssmartctlprintsthemessage:...LogReadfailed:Functionnotimplemented below]) to access ATA SMART functionality.
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     389Some Windows drivers for (S)ATA controllers are implemented as SCSI class drivers. This is usually the case for drivers which support RAID. Unfortunately, such drivers do not support the ATA specific SMART I/O controls.
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    385393=== On Windows {{{smartctl}}} prints the message: "...Log Read failed: Function not implemented" ===
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    514 <h3><a name="FAQ-win-ata-as-scsi"></a>On Windows, <tt>smartctl</tt> aborts
    515 with the message "...SMART_GET_VERSION failed". What is going wrong?</h3>
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    517 <p>A failing
    518 <a href="http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms803644.aspx"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />SMART_GET_VERSION</a>
    519 call means that the device driver does not
    520 implement the I/O controls (see <a href="faq.html#FAQ-win-ioctl">below</a>)
    521 to access ATA SMART functionality.</p>
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    523 <p>Some Windows drivers for (S)ATA controllers are implemented as SCSI
    524 class drivers. This is usually the case for drivers which support RAID.
    525 Unfortunately, such drivers do not support the ATA specific SMART I/O
    526 controls.</p>
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    531522<h3><a name="check-signature"></a>How can I check that the package hasn't been tampered with?</h3>