Usually it's in the BIOS. Just look for S.M.A.R.T and make sure it's disabled.
I have to give Sony credit on this one however. Most PC vendors ship with this disabled, so the first sign of trouble for the user is when the drive dies and the computer won't boot. Then a recovery service is likely the only way to get any data off the drive.
And while you say you understand what the warning means, I don't think you understand that this warning means your drive could go at any time. It could be 10 days from now, it could be 10 minutes for now. So, until you've backed up everything you don't want to lose on that drive, I would refrain from using that system.
On My Sony laptop I am getting error message when computer boot up.
SMART FAILURE PROTECTED ON HARD DRIVE: Toshiba MK8009GAH
Warning: Immediately back up your data and replace hard disk drive.
A Failure may be imminent
PRESS F1 TO CONTINUE
After I press F1 laptop starting normal and all working perfectly fine.
I understand that hard drive going bad and it can be gone some time soon , but for now there is any way I can stop this warning.
I heard it needs to be done from BIOS , I checked BIOS very carefully but I don't see any option which will allow me disable SMART FAILURE DETECTION.
Please let me know if there is any other way to stop this warning