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TheWall

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About TheWall

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  • Location
    Liberty City

System

  • CPU
    i7 2600
  • Motherboard
    Some generic one that came with my prebuilt
  • RAM
    8GB
  • GPU
    HD 6870
  • Case
    Fractal Define Design R4
  • Storage
    120GB Samsung 840 EVO, 1TB WD Green, 500GB Toshiba
  • PSU
    500W
  • Display(s)
    BenQ G2420HD (Not too bad for a TN panel)
  1. currently downloading crystaldiskinfo, though i have tested it before that was a while ago so ill try again, will report back
  2. barely used any space, that should not be an issue, and i have a fractal define r4 case and using all default cooling.
  3. Here are the things i found in Event viewer>Windows Logs>System Error: There was insufficient disk space on volume \\?\Volume{8c55d28c-0000-0000-0000-100000000000} to create the shadow copy of volume C:. Shadow copy storage creation failed. Warning: The file system structure on volume C: has now been repaired. Error: A corruption was discovered in the file system structure on volume C:. A corruption was found in a file system index structure. The file reference number is 0x35000000000104. The name of the file is "\Users\simon\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\JumpListIcons". The corrupted index attribute is ":$I30:$INDEX_ALLOCATION". Error: There was insufficient disk space on volume \\?\Volume{8c55d28c-0000-0000-0000-100000000000} to create the shadow copy of volume C:. Shadow copy storage creation failed. Warning: The file system structure on volume C: has now been repaired. Warning: The file system structure on volume C: has now been repaired. Information: Installation Successful: Windows successfully installed the following update: Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3140745) Error: There was insufficient disk space on volume \\?\Volume{8c55d28c-0000-0000-0000-100000000000} to create the shadow copy of volume C:. Shadow copy storage creation failed. Warning: The file system structure on volume C: has now been repaired. not gonna post all of them obviously but there are plenty more.
  4. Where to begin, my PC is experiencing so many problems, i've just completely reformatted my PC from scratch in the hopes that the problems would be fixed, but i am still experiencing exactly the same, ill try to break this down as neatly as possible. The Problems Playback Issues So sometimes any content playback on my computer will just straight up stop, like if im listening to a song on Spotify it might just completely freeze for a while, if im watching a video on VLC it might just freeze for a while, or if im watching a stream on Twitch it might just freeze for a while, and these things often happen at the same time, like ill have a twitch stream and music playing on spotify and both of them will just freeze for like 30 seconds. Bluescreens This is probably the worst of my problems, my computer bluescreens sevral times a day, mostly when im playing CSGO (pretty much the only game i play) but also sometimes if im just browsing the web or something, and the worst part of it is that often after a bluescreen, it will just delete a bunch of settings and stuff. If i bluescreen while im playing CSGO, all my settings and everything will be deleted and i have to set it up again from scrach. I will also often have to log back into chrome since it just removes all my themes, extensions and all of that stuff, also logs me out of webpages. In-game freezes I am unsure if this problem is related to my other problems, but it has also persisted through my reformatting so here goes, when im playing CSGO my game will constantly freeze and get stuck on a sound loop of whatever sound was coming before the freeze, and this will last like 5 seconds or so usually. What i've tried. I've tried completely reformatting my PC, deleting everything on the drive and reinstalling Windows 10 from a fresh source I have also tried removing any random things plugged into my computer, since i thought they might have been the cause of these issues, i will write down what is plugged in currently further down. I thought it might have been my SSD that was acting up, but i've done a bunch of tests on it and it all shows no problems with it. Specs The Motherboard+CPU combo is one thats salvaged from an old Acer prebuilt computer, i cant tell you the motherboard name but the CPU is an: i7-2600 (non overclockable) 2 sticks of random 4GB memory HD 6870 Samsung 840 EVO 120GB And for the things plugged into the computer: Razer Blackwidow Keyboard Razer Deathadder Mouse Some cheap amazon USB to analog audio converter (its not digital so i dont think that could be the problem, correct me if im wrong) Ethernet cable 1 DVI monitor and one VGA plugged in via a DVI to VGA converter. So yeah, im usually pretty good at troubleshooting, but im stumped here, as google has not been able to help. Ill find the bluescreen error messages and post them in a second, right now i just wanna save this incase i crash right now and this big writeup gets deleted.
  5. TheWall

    Rate the profile picture above you

    barf/10
  6. TheWall

    Wheres Meek at?

    Those people aren't gonna be supporting him for years or going to his concerts so no
  7. So the max volume on my headphones when using my pc has suddenly decreased drasticly, they're still usable but i cant watch videos with very low volume and its getting quite frustrating. But as i said its not an issue most of the time so im not exactly clear on when this started, but it might have started around the time i updated my windows 10 build to a more recent one. Im really out of ideas here, anyone got any advice?
  8. when i do the cmd command the thing pops up and gives me " The operator or administrator has refused the request." even tho i opened in admin mode
  9. I keep getting these random bluscreens out of nowhere, when it happens theres no error message or at least i cant see it because theres a wierd twitch around that area, but event viewer shows the same 2 error messages every time: The Service KMSELDI service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 1 time(s). and Service 'WMPNetworkSvc' did not start correctly because the registry could not be updated due to error '0x80070005'. If possible, reinstall Windows Media Player. the second one comes about 2 minutes after the first one so im thinking that is just some random error occurring on bootup but i included it anyways. And this happens almost exactly every 3 hours, here are some time frames: 16:50:20, 13:50:06, 10:49:52, 7:49:36. This happened after i had not used my pc in a while, and it had been moved around quite a bit (desktop) and also i added but then removed a hard drive (running off 1 samsung 840 evo) So i dont quite know what to make of this.
  10. TheWall

    If you had 30,000 dollars...

    Probably put most of it in the bank, maybe invest 10k or so
  11. TheWall

    Post Custom Desktop

    Can you link the wallpaper alone?
  12. So i just bought a used razer deathadder 2013 a few days ago and for the most part its been working perfectly, but for some reason whenever i wake up computer up from sleep it just starts constantly clicking automaticly, after i restarted my computer it goes back to working perfectly. What could be the reason for this?
  13. Well then how does it fix itself everytime? No
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