How can I get rid of this error message? Im working on a Compaq Presario V5209US that has the following S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) error at system startup ... "SMART Hard Drive detects imminent failure. Your hard disk drive is detecting an imminent failure. To ensure no data loss, backup contents and replace this hard disk. Press F1 to continue." After deleting temp and unnecessary files I ran defrag (several times) and Ive used the S.M.A.R.T. hard drive self test in the system BIOS and the drive passes all the tests but there seems to be no way to reset or disable this message. According to HP/Compaq web site if the drive passes all of the tests the hard drive is not damaged ... yet the message remains.