Before this I ran my laptop with the OS on it's HDD. It's likely faulty because of chkdsk /r I had to do on it to clean install and the clicking noises it makes but crystal disk info has NEVER shown any issues on it.
I wiped my old HDD, installed windows on the SSD and checked crystal disk info. NVMe SSD is good to go, but suddenly my HDD has a caution status.
The HDD is unformatted but connected. I should likely throw away the HDD but I want to save it for storage. Does anyone think reformatting / unplugging it & plugging it back in / doing chkdsk /r can save it?