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Your SCSI card sounds like it is either loose or knackered, look inside your machine and make sure all connections are connected as you would expect on the SCSI card and any cables, if all seems ok then beg borrow or lend another SCSI card from a friend or another machine try that if all is ok with the other card then your problem is sorted, knackered SCSI card.
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SMART is used to measure your HDD health.It warns you of impending failure of your hard drive. If it goes down, it's a good idea to backup important stuff and prepare to replace the HDD.
S.M.A.R.T is an acronym for Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology systems (SMART) and it's usually built in to most modern ATA and SCSI hard disks.
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