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Computer is about to crash!

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says this >>> 1720- Smart Hard Drive detects imminent failure.
Your hard disk drive is detecting an imminent failure. To ensure no data loss back up contents and replace this hard disk.
When I boot the computer that starts and then I have to press F1 to get into windows.
What should I do? How should I prevent this? Can this be a virus? Or could be that it's too hot in this room and the computer over heats. I don't know anything about computers so sorry if I sound dumb.

Edited by blackmystangel, 19 July 2006 - 07:04 PM.

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