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IOCTL_STORAGE_PREDICT_FAILURE has been around for a while and is a simple way to check a device for imminent failure.
StorageDeviceManagementStatus, when used in
IOCTL_STORAGE_QUERY_PROPERTY, is a newer API introduced in Windows 10. Documentation on it is very sparse and no one seems to use it.
My question is, do both of these check the same information? Does
STORAGE_PREDICT_FAILURE->PredictFailure relate to
I'm basically trying to figure out if there is any reason to use
IOCTL_STORAGE_PREDICT_FAILURE over the newer
StorageDeviceManagementStatus, which contains more information, but I'm not sure if it is the same information.
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