You can re-enable SMART, this technology will inform if there is a problem on the storage device. (Intel Rapid Storage, Acronis Drive Monitor, Speedfan, etc ... can monitor SMART values)
You have this message because you don't use the supplementary SATA ports delivred by ASMedia ASM1062 chip.
So you can :
- ignore this message
- try to put a ODD or HDD on concerned SATA ports (refer to your motherboard manual to identify the ports). The storage device freshly connected will be listed
- enter in the BIOS > Storage Configuration (refer to your motherboard manual for the exact terms) and choose "ASMedia ASM1062 bootable : Disabled". This is possible on my ASRock motherboards equiped with this chip and with a recent BIOS. That reduce boot time because the Option ROM isn't loaded, and you can't boot with a device on this ports. Of course, devices connected on this ports are still accessible under Windows for exemple. It will just become not bootable, so don't install an OS on a storage device connected on this ports with bootable option disabled.