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Another follow-up to my question Is it normal for a SATA drive to show 0MB size in BIOS?

What does 'DST not supported' mean? Is this good, or bad?

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I think DST is Drive Self Test. Odd that it would be 'not supported' on a late model SATA drive.

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The idea of enforcing the RMA grows on me ... – Everyone May 3 '11 at 8:18

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