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karlsnooks View Public Profile Find More Posts by karlsnooks 15 Sep 2011 #10 seekermeister W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE 6,804 posts Indian Territory Once, Thanks for your good and thorough reply. I just noticed that when moving my mouse around (from small movements to very quick movement, my cpu cycles go skyrocketing up (anywhere from 56% to 90+) I use a Logitech How likely is it that this is the cause of the entire problem? weblink
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Solid Hard Drive Light No Boot
Also, ever since it started, my computer is very slow. can't get any closer :) It could have been malfunctioning I suppose, but nothing else read the temperture as dangerous either though so, I'm not sure what was going on. I will check again, however, from what I could tell before, there was no difference in the processes when it was stuck at 100% and when it was in the 40%-70% As for the Ctrl+Alt+Del - at the moment of freeze, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
The computer is about 6 years old and I've replaced the power supply and the graphics card (and the HD, of course). If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Personally I find laptops just run way too hot usually (esp. Hard Drive Light Always On Windows 10 Starting to think something just must be wrong with the HDD, because I'm running out of options. :\I'll take anymore advice you've got.Thanks for your help so far.
The screen freezes, the keyboard is completely unresponsive (including... Hard Drive Light Solid Windows 7 However, I'd rather keep it in the current state (with all the files still on it) so I'll have some kind of backup if my new drive would ever fail. Elecjester, believe it or not... Sata cables are universal, they are keyed at both ends the same, so it doens't matter which end goes to which side. #8 Tepid, Jun 21, 2009 Wyatt_Earp_Fan New MemberJoined:Jun 19,
I may be wrong, but I think Western Digital have a five-year no-quibble guarantee on their hard drives so it'll pay you to check with them. Hard Drive Light Stays On All The Time Does Ctrl-Alt-Del do anything at all? But I can check it out, see if its anywhere in there. General Discussion Hard drive light goes solid and computer locks up and freezeHi everyone for the last 2 days my computer has been locking up and freezing with the data light
- But after the reboot it was better, so I am assuming its the system.
- The machine would appear to lock up while it was trying to reread and/or relocate bad sectors.Drive LongevitySMART drive diagnostics Thanks a ton guys.
- I tried to reboot the computer, but that was nearly impossible because the whole thing was just unresponsive.
- Take out the a drive and the cd burner (never use either), swapped in a new cord on the hdd, and cleaned everything out so it shines, rebuilt the pc and
- I have recently bought a Maxtor ATA/100 500GB Hard drive.
- Where do I find the Resource Monitor?
- If you remove the check from a box it disables the service.
- Well good of you to take the fan off, most people might just clean the fan and that's it!
Hard Drive Light Solid Windows 7
depending on how recent your latest install is and how much data is on the drive being indexed, it can take a long time to index the drives ... https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-a-hard-drive-activity-light-2625894 Never got any alarms so I never thought to check the thermal paste between the fan and CPU, but since I had pretty much done everything else I could, I decided Solid Hard Drive Light No Boot The sluggish feeling was mostly trying to stream movies online (tv show actually), might have been the site, might have been the system .. Hard Drive Light Stays On Computer Freezes Did you check the setting Auntiej mentioned in her post? 09-14-2007, 04:52 PM #10 elecjester Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2007 Posts: 15 OS: Win 7 x64 Yes
Thanks Bob for the quick reply,As for the beep test, I just tried it, removed all cables, RAM etc, and tried it with just the 4 parts and it gives one http://magicuresoft.com/hard-drive/installed-new-hard-drive-and-it-wont-boot.html Go into safe mode, nothing shows in event viewer, I back track and get rid of everything I did, and reboot, works for a little bit, then same problem. The computer has worked fine whenever it wasn't doing this.The HDD is a 160GB Hitachi drive. Local time:10:56 AM Posted 17 July 2014 - 09:11 AM How much RAM do you have installed? Hard Drive Light Solid Windows 10
I guess I can try it again. External HD- Black X dock esata 2TB Seagate, Rosewill USB 3.0 dock 2TB Seagate, Black X esata Seagate 2TB drive. Tuesday, January 14, 2014 8:58 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. check over here Mice run a direct INTerrupt on the processor, that is why mice increase the CPU load quite vigorously!
Back to top #8 Bommelding Bommelding Topic Starter Members 55 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:56 PM Posted 14 July 2014 - 02:54 PM Back to top #9 Willy22 Willy22 Members Hard Drive Light Always On Windows 7 The machine would appear to lock up while it was trying to reread and/or relocate bad sectors.Drive LongevitySMART drive diagnostics Entomber said: does your computer still lock up in safe mode?If While it's not meant to be a method of diagnosing a computer issue, it often can be used to do just that.Hard Drive Light is Always On...If the hard drive activity
I just noticed that when moving my mouse around (from small movements to very quick movement, my cpu cycles go skyrocketing up (anywhere from 56% to 90+) I use a Logitech
Also, One would surmise, if the CPU was getting so hot, that it was forcing the machine to lock up, why did it suddenly only start doing it in games and No, because I've heard that that can screw things up when you are having troubles like this.It's not even half full. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « PC hard drive history removal | Data Execution Prevention Problem » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Solid Hdd Light What I don't like is how loud it is lol.
Quote: Originally Posted by elecjester @ dai: I thought it was a temperture problem myself when I first started getting the issue, but in the bios, on the case and in Whib96Nov 18, 2014, 5:37 PM Entomber said: it's possible that you have malware.I would recommend you download malwarebytes and run a full scan while you're in safe mode, and let it Thursday, April 05, 2012 5:06 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote comibat & ddrouin: Usually when I run into situations like this, thepresumption is that itsa relatively new this content This may be a start!
I had something very similar with a failing WD drive. Logman.exe create counter Perf-Counter-Log-1sec -o "c:\perflogs\PerfTest1sec.blg" -f bincirc -v mmddhhmm -max 500 -c "\LogicalDisk(*)\*" "\Memory\*" "\Network Interface(*)\*" "\Paging File(*)\*" "\PhysicalDisk(*)\*" "\Processor(*)\*" "\Process(*)\*" "\Server\*" "\System\*" -si 00:00:01 ddrouin: If you haven't already