I started getting that message. I installed Win 10 on an SSD and while I was installing it all other drives were disconnected. After i reconnected the old HDD (with Win 7 on it) and after a few reboots in both versions of Windows, I started getting this message every single time during boot - it doesn't matter whether I boot into 7 or 10. I found out in Win 10 Notifications there is a "Restart to repair drive errors" message and also in Control Panel - Security and Maintenance there's the same message right below Maintenance. I can "Turn off messages about Drive status" but I wonder if it's something important I should pay attention to, or is it just a generic harmless bug that happens from time to time in such scenarios? I guess the same Notification has appeared in the Win 7 install on the HDD because as I already said I started getting the same message during boot of both Windows versions, not only one of them. The first time it appeared is when I booted into Win 7, and after that it started appearing on Win 10 boot screen as well. Notice that when I want to switch between Win 7 and 10 I enter UEFI BIOS every time and when I turn off CSM (Compatibility Support Module) which is needed to boot in WIn 7, I can only boot into Win 10, and when I want to boot into Win 7, I simply enable CSM and rearrange boot priority options/order.
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1/29/16 at 1:27pm