I get the idea. I didn't think this is that far out, as to be considered "hacking", but rather a minor tweak.
Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
We use Best Practices here so are not going to help you hack your System to disable a function which works perfectly well and is absolutely required to warn if a drive needs repair. This is the top Windows 7 help forums on the web, not a hackers site.
I agree that Best Practices should be respected, but the "top down" tone an the personal factor (we vs you) is uncalled for.
You can say the same, without elitism.