I have a 1.5 TB Seagate 7200.11 drive in an Icy Dock FireWire enclosure. I've been using it prettymuch nonstop for the past year, and have noticed a couple of clicks coming from the drive over the last few days under heavy load (500+ kB/s BitTorrent download while watching HD video and running a backup). It's clearly not dead yet, but I'd like to know if it's on its way out since I have nowhere to back up that much data to. It's just ripped TV shows and installed games mostly, so losing it wouldn't be the end of the world, but I would still cry. However, Disk Utility won't give me the SMART status of the drive, and SeaTools (run from Windows) doesn't allow me to access the brand-specific tools either. I assume that this is because it's in an external, non-Seagate enclosure. From my reading, this only works over SATA. Is there any way to access this information without physically removing the drive from the enclosure and putting it in another computer? Doing so would require finding another computer to put it in, which would be doubly challenging.