I have windows 10, updated to 1903 a few days ago. I have the Asus z170 motherboard and have three Hard drives, one an SSD which has my windows installed on it and another one is 1tb Seagate and another 1TB Western Digital drive.
I am getting the "SMART Failure Predicted" message for the Seagate drive.
After looking up the error message up the web, I believe that my drive is at the end of its life. And I have copied all the important data on a separate drive.
I ran chkdsk /f /r but am still getting the message at boot.
Any way to disable this message at boot, as I have to press F1 and then select my SSD to boot every time.
I have my SSD as my primary drive to boot but still, it prompts the error message and loads up the bios.
UPDATE: I plan to replace the drive ASAP, but I want to use the drive with data that I can afford to lose if the drive fails. In other words, I have my data backed up and do not care about this drive. So can I disable the message only for this drive?