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About BDP-01

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  • Birthday 1994-08-26

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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Alberton: South Africa
  • Interests
    Games PC's, Music and so on :P
  • Occupation
    No Job Yet :P


  • CPU
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 Yorkfield
  • Motherboard
    XFX nForce 780i 3-way SLI
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator 2GB Dual Channel DDR2 1066mhz
  • GPU
    MSI 750-Ti-OC
  • Case
    Hi-Tech 7
  • Storage
    1-2 TB Seagate Hard-drive
  • PSU
    550 Huntkey Power supply
  • Display(s)
    Samsung sync master 24inc
  • Cooling
    Cooler master heat sync
  • Keyboard
    Razor lycosa
  • Mouse
    Corsair M60
  • Sound
    CM Storm 5.1 headset and Logitec 5.1 Sound system
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Thank you for all your assistance I found out it's the actual drive causing the whole system to slow down, as the drive is running at 100% and then causing slow boots and slow restarts I turned it off and system is working perfectly need to now get a new harddrive @_@
  2. To add on this thread as you can see the 2TB system has boot information on it, I have tried disabling the system from booting on the Bios but the harddrive keeps acting as the main device?
  3. Tried changing the letter still no change? See attached
  4. Good day, I have a issue here I just recently reinstalled windows and with out any drives attached besides my M.2 drive, but the drive my PC the 2TB drive continuously acts as it's the C: Drive and cause loads of problems, I have looked around for information on the matter by cannot seem to find a fix to changing it back to it's original place as a data drive and not a main drive. DIsk 0 in the task manager is the 2TB drive and the C: drive is the NVME drive but I cannot see how to change this? To add windows wasn't added on this system. Kind regards Bradley
  5. It's got a low form factor, which means I can take it anywhere with me on the go where I would need a fully fledged PC. This equates to a lot fun filled gaming without the hassle. And the fact that it's just so awesome, cause I'm a guy that's all for new tech!
  6. I think I'm just going to have to go back to windows 8
  7. I did the Prime95 stress test my pc runs fine 70 dagrees and no higher and I checked the ram also fine my Psu running fine with no power dips and running cool any other tests I must try?
  8. Yes I did about 3 times now I can't seem to find out what the problem is.
  9. I was wondering if anyone can help me find out what these errors mean in the attachment, because I have been on windows 10 build 10240 and when playing games or just using it for google firefox and so on my mouse freezes and then my pc screen goes black but I can still hear my music or game in this case but then I would have to hard reset my pc for it to work again. My Error.evtx blogs link on drop box: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gglgfo4o7gymoar/Errors.evtx?dl=0
  10. I have fixed the problem I downloaded MSI Afterburner and turned my Voltage down to the minimum and that fix the problem if anyone else finds this helpful let me know.
  11. I tried everything but still getting black screens but it never happened on windows 8.1. Now I'm just at a loss I may need to downgrade to windows 8.1.
  12. I really had hoped it wouldn't come down to this thank you for your help
  13. Now I have another problem my HDD is running on 99% the hole time
  14. Okay so I installed the driver for the CPU and I can't download that driver for the GPU because I'm already on the latest one which is 353.62. So I'm going to leave the GPU for now but I'm starting to think it's the RAM just getting old Because the GPU is the latest MSI dragon series 750-ti oc