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Windows 7: LENOVO laptop Disable windows detected a hard disk problem

17 Mar 2015   #1
XDarkmario

windows 10 preview
 
 
LENOVO laptop Disable windows detected a hard disk problem

ok so im dealing with a laptop and uppon buying a hard drive and putting it in and installing windows i get this annoying windows detected a hard disk problem popup each boot.

i know what it means but im not buying another HDD just got this today

i need a way to hide the error and please dont say

“Task Scheduler Library” => “Microsoft” => “Windows”. => “DiskDiagnostic” or anything to do with gpedit because this is windows 7 home basic and does not have those options

also i force install the gpedit and it does not have a DiskDiagnostic tab. so i need another way around this

windows is acting 100% fine a i believe its a false positive to i choose to ignore the error.


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18 Mar 2015   #2
XDarkmario

windows 10 preview
 
 

Well i found nothing to fix this issue so i killed it from the root. found the .exe that is responsible for the prompt "DFDWiz.exe" & "DFDWiz.exe.mui" and renamed it and prompt gone. had to go thought such extreme measures but hey it worked.

for anyone also looking on how to remove the message

i took permission of the whole system32, right click system32 folder with the take ownership.reg (provided below) then look for the 2 files "DFDWiz.exe" & "DFDWiz.exe.mui" and rename them to something like Old-DFDWiz.exe & Old-DFDWiz.exe.mui

then reboot. Done
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19 Mar 2015   #3
comptech

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Hello,
Thank you for your info..
Hope it help others too who search for this type of issue..
Have fun..
Regards
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