PC SupportI need HELPPP - Potential HDD IssuesPosted:

TheFakeMrSneaky
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My computer is dieeeeing. I'm over exaggerating but I need help. I think its only my HDDs but is their some tests I can run my PC Thru? I have had posts in the back about weird things with my programs and passwords but now even like my websites are loading slow...


EDIT: Okay so I actually just found a HDD health check thingy and it says all three SSDs are Good Health.. Maybe Ill check RAM? If thats possible.
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You're a bit vague mate ha. What issues are you actually encountering? Run a diagnostics via BIOS and you can see tests on all your components. Also, easy way to check your HDD health is via disk management.
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ifconfig wroteYou're a bit vague mate ha. What issues are you actually encountering? Run a diagnostics via BIOS and you can see tests on all your components. Also, easy way to check your HDD health is via disk management.


Ill look into the diagnostics with bios tonight if I remember.

Current issues, website logins are being logged out. Some Programs / Games I will click on them and it just wont work anymore saying its missing or something sometimes, so I usually have to re download the program / game. And, now more recently my web pages have been terribly slow.. and its not internet side I ran a speed test and i'm getting my full 200 mbps so that hasn't changed. It appears my SSDs are good VIA a health check. Last time I had RAM issue was about 7 years ago and I just kept getting blue screen of death and I haven't had that even once yet so IDK if it is RAM but i'm desperate for answers haha
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When in doubt man wipe the system and reinstall Windows. Fixes most issues, make sure your OS is on an SSD and you should be good to go.
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CrystalDiskInfo is a good utility to check your SSD and HDD's
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D3skstool wroteWhen in doubt man wipe the system and reinstall Windows. Fixes most issues, make sure your OS is on an SSD and you should be good to go.


I agree 100%. In fact I used to do like a yearly wipe. But I cannot find my OS disk lmao. We moved in December and I lost it somewhere... I want to do it so bad but I can't justify buying another Copy just for this sadly.
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