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This means that the hard disk is dying - copy all your data from it while you still can then replace it and reinstall windows.

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SMART Stands for Self Monitoring Analsys and Reporting Technology that can predict about a probable hardware disaster in the near future and it helps you to analyse the health status of your HDD. Once you run the command and if it fails it gives you the option F1 and F2. Try to continue by pressing F2.

This should work and take you further. If it doesnt work and returns the error... possibly your HDD is under Risk. Try to work on safe mode if it goes for a boot. But all these symptoms shows a criticality on HDD and this indicates that backup your HDD and get a new one restored with this data which is backed up.

You should also see if the HDD led is flickering and that can always be a positive sign that your HDD is getting read. But no confirmation on if the Disk is read successfully or it is damaged.

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I see this as one of 2 possible failures.
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