I have a 2TB Toshiba hard drive which had been in near continuous use for about 3 years. Then out of the blue Windows warned me there was problem and suggested I start backing up. Since I already do backups there wasn't anything new important so I downloaded the test software. Toshiba software didn't find any issues but it won't show me SMART data. When I restart the computer, I get SMART error at BIOS so something is wrong. HD Tune doesn't show data either. It's like the hard drive has SMART support but won't share it for some reason. (I also found a problem with EVGA SR-2 mobo, it tells me to press F1 to continue but USB keyboard does not work at all because it hasn't loaded the driver for the error! I had to dig up PS/2 keyboard to get past that screen) Is there software I can use to read SMART data? Or should I pull it and nuke it?