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SMART attribute 184 (end-to-end error) indicates that the drive's on-PCB cache is going bad. The attribute is used to compare parity data between the original piece of data sent by the controller (in your PC/system) and the drive itself. This is not "bad system RAM", this is not "a bad motherboard", this is not "bad NAND flash on the SSD". It's bad cache on the SSD.
You cannot "remove the message" -- it's a hard indicator that your drive is beginning to fail (specifically the cache on the drive). You cannot "clear errors" in SMART.
Back up whatever data you can (unless you do periodic backups, in which case you should be okay / you can just restore from those), hope for the best, and file an RMA with Intel for your SSD. It needs to be replaced entirely.
Let this be a note to all readers -- SSDs can fail just like mechanical hard disks. They just fail in different ways than what people have historically come to expect. Please do backups regularly, regardless if you use an SSD or a mechanical HDD. Anything can fail (including your car! :-) ).