harddrive compatibility?

  je-haz 10:39 25 Jul 08


I have a fujitsu siemens laptop with a 120GB S.M.A.R.T. S-ATA 150 harddrive

I am looking to replace it with this:
click here

which is also SATA, but it doesnt say that it is S.M.A.R.T.

is this a problem? will it still work and what is the downside to it not being smart?


  Cuddles 11:32 25 Jul 08

SMART stands for Self Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology. It is usually enabled via the computers BIOS, it will tell you if your drive is in working order and foretell iminent failure.

  je-haz 11:36 25 Jul 08

so all modern drives support it then?

  DieSse 11:54 25 Jul 08

"so all modern drives support it then?"

Have done for many years.

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