So, the last few days I've been having issues turning on my PC. It simply gets in a boot trying to turn on then turning off. Yesterday, I opened it up (it's a DELL Desktop Optiplex 390), switched up the RAMs (2x 2GB DDR3) and removed my video card (NVIDIA GeForce GT710) to remove the battery. Did that, closed it and turned it on, and everything was working fine. I was able to work, play ETS2, ATS, Dolphin Emulator, etc. Today, had to the same steps, but instead it asked to run the DELL Diagnostics tool. By doing that, I got the following: Error Code: 2000-0151 Validation: 115053 Msg: Hard Drive 1 - S/N WD-WX51A61S5682, incorrect status = 3E SMART Predictive Failure From what I researched, it seems like I would have to get a new HDD because mine is about to bite the dust. My main issue with that is that I got this PC back in 2018, with a 250GB HDD that died. I then got a 128GB SSD with an 500GB HDD, and the HDD is once again giving me issues. Back in 2019, I had the same issue of trying to turn on and then the PC turning off by itself (it keeps doing that on a loop until I remove the power cable), that then resulted on the old HDD dying and me getting the current setup I have. Does anyone know anyway I can fix that error other than having to get a new HDD?