Smart data identical Tags: Hard Drives Western Digital Windows XP Storage Last response: September 2, 2009 6:31 AM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage August 31, 2009 3:09:30 PM ello i recently purchased a wd1001fal and installed windows xp (slow ntfs format before installing). I ran Western Digital DataLife Guard Diagnostics to check smart dat see illustration below http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/7200/99373824.jpg what really bothers me is the data above threshold on the new drive. What is weird is that the data is almost identical to the old drive that i thought i had to replace and the drive before that....... My motherboard is a ga-p35-s3. Can anyone help? More about : smart data identical r_manic a b G Storage September 2, 2009 6:31:32 AM I think you want to see faster read/write speeds, and I think you're using the wrong tool to benchmark this. May I suggest HD Tune? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Two identical drives....very different benchmarks. Forum The Smart Traveler\'s Guide to Data Theft Protection Forum 2 HDDs identical , copied all data , 1 shows more than other? Forum Windows7:hard drive failure,( smart disabled) + RawReadErrorRate Forum S.M.A.R.T . Failure Forum SMART threshold check ... Failed Forum can't enable SMART Forum SMART Data wrong? Forum Asus Tusl2- smart failure! Forum Extract data from HDD with bad sectors ( SMART results) Forum How to recover data from SMART BAD hard disk Forum Smart test fail but all data still fine without error Forum SMART PREDICTS FAILURE, BUT WD'S DATA LIFEGARD SAYS HDD FINE Forum Mod/ smart sata 3 Forum Bios detecting version of windows that are no longer there Forum [Solved] RAID 1 without losing my data Forum Moving RAID-0 or just reading the data Forum Recover data with Active Partition Recovery Forum SMART Values; are they OK? Forum How do I retrieve data from my hard disk? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !