OK, Thanks for putting in the system specs and also the screenshot.
The screenshot does not show anything obviously wrong. However it does not mean that nothing is wrong with the drive.
The quick test failure is not a good sign. IMO, the drive may have developed bad sectors and may be in the process of deteriorating.( A repair and reformat in some cases had restored the drive good and arrested any further deterioration)
Now try running the other tests and check whether the bad sectors are repaired.
If the Windows version is unable to repair the bad sectors and throws up an error message, download the DOS version, burn it on to a CD, boot from the CD and run the tests.( Sometimes Windows is not capable of repairing when it is active. Putting it to rest and running DOS may help.
And before doing this check to see if you can backup any important data you may have on the drive.
EDIT: If the drive is under warranty, invoke the warranty replacement if the drive cannot be repaired by the software.