I got this msg the last two restarts on my computer. It lists my 40GB ata133 Maxtor drive as "Primary Master Ultra DMA mode-5, S.M.A.R.T. capable but command failed," when checking all of the drives. It then says, "S.M.A.R.T. command failed. Press F1 to continue." My OS is on a Maxtor SATA drive, so this drive is just used for extra storage. This began yesterday when I installed a second Maxtor SATA drive. I didn't go near the IDE drive in question. The AMI BIOS site says that comment can signify a HDD beginning to go into failure. I don't see how installing a SATA drive would induce that in any way. It seems to work fine reading a writing the few files on the disk. Did I miss something installing the SATA drive that could've caused this?