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error message: 1720 smart drive detects imminent failure, driver SATA0, Attribute #00

HP 20-b010
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit)

Hard Drive failed,  August 2017, according to the repair shop.  The computer was less than 5 years old at the time.  I had the hard drive replaced.  The original hard drive was replaced with a 1T hard drive at the suggestion of the repairman.  This is also how the problem started leading up to the repair.

 

HP 20-b010, Product # H3Y89AA#ABA, OS:  Windows 8.1, 64 bit.  Wireless connection.

 

I have various events when I turn on my computer. 

1.  Sometimes the computer freezes with the HP logo showing. 

2.  Sometimes the opening screen is black with "F1 boot" showing.  Clicking on "F1"  allows me to boot up. 

3.  Sometimes I get a  "no boot disk"  error. 

 

The solution for me has been to shut down and reboot.  I am able to logon a large percent of the time but the above errors continue follow me.

 

HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI-4.3.1.0 did not detect any problems.

 

 

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