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Hard Disk Short DST HP Diagnostic Test Failed

Compaq All-in-One 18-3204LA
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My Desktop All-in-one Compaq HP 18-3204LA (or ID product: H5N68AA#AKH ) Fails when its trying to Start Windows 10 (64-bits) , I Checked The Diagnostic HP and i got a problem about the Short DST from the Hard Disk , As it got failed in the Test Progress

 

The Fail ID was:  M0AFHT-000863-MFPNXG-60SE03

 

 

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Hard Disk Short DST HP Diagnostic Test Failed

@Nikoiro, welcome to the forum.

 

This error message means that your hard drive has failed.  You will have to replace it.  You should buy a hard drive the same size or larger than the one being replaced.

 

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