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sr #108181: SAMSUNG SV0813H no normal looking temps

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Submitted:  Wed 14 Nov 2012 10:11:02 PM UTC
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Wed 14 Nov 2012 10:11:02 PM UTC, original submission:  

Hi. My IDE drive gives the follow sensor readings:

================= hddtemp 0.3-beta15 ==================
Model: SAMSUNG SV0813H

field(1) = 178
field(4) = 176
field(5) = 0
field(7) = 0
field(8) = 0
field(9) = 135
field(12) = 201
field(194) = 250
field(197) = 0
field(198) = 0
field(199) = 1
field(200) = 0
field(201) = 0

Googling, I've seen a few people with similar stories but no conclusion. "Psensons" uses field 194 as default, hddtemp.db has 9 listed but the drive hash-ignored from the list. I've unignored it but 9 is still strange. Even if it's in Farenheit, that'd be ranging between 40 & 55 degrees and the SATAs are sitting on 26 in a very cold room.
My best guess is that is field 194 divided by 10 but that seems like me running maths at the problem until I find a solution - doesn't mean it's correct.

Any thoughts?



p.s. sorry if this is in the wrong place. I looked around for 'REPORTS' but couldn't find it.



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