That depends on a number of factors.
Are you creating JBOD or arrays to present to the OS? If so, then StableBit Scanner won't be able to pull the SMART data (or temps) from the drive.
However, if the controller is working in "IT" mode (passing the disks directly to the system), then you may need to enable "unsafe direct IO" to get the SMART data.
To do so,
Click on the "Settings" button in the toolbar and select "Scanner Settings". Enable the "Show advanced settings and information" option, and hit "OK". You will only need to do this once, from now on, it will always display this option.
Click on "Settings", and select the new "Advanced Settings and information" option. Open the Configuration Properties tab. You will find a list of all the settings here, organized into section.Find the "DirectIo" section, and check the 'Unsafe" option. Hit "Ok" .
Once you've made any changes, you will need to restart the service, or restart the computer. To restart the service, run "services.msc" on the system find the "StableBit Scanner Service" and restart it.
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