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jjbeebe

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About jjbeebe

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Former Air Force Cyber Transport Systems Technician

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 @ 2.60GHz
    Coffee Lake 14nm Technology
  • Motherboard
    Razer DA530 (U3E1)
  • RAM
    64.0GB
  • GPU
    Intel UHD Graphics 630 (Razer USA)
    AND
    2047MB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (Razer USA)
  • Case
    N/A
  • Storage
    953GB SPCC Solid State Disk (SATA (SSD))
    And
    476GB SAMSUNG MZVLB512HAJQ
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Razer (MID-2019)

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  1. If you isolated it to the graphic card by using more than one benchmark etc.., then I would replace it.
  2. Benchmark it, to make sure it is not failing. If it cant handle a small workload after a driver update,cleaning up your pc, pc update, stopping unnecessary background processes etc.. Then i would say it could be hardware or something acting malicious on the system. A list of tools to try below (no particular order, portable without install) I used these tools all the time while i was in college to fix people's computers. Disclaimer: These Links Will start the the download from prortableapps.com to speed things up for you Steps: create a folder on your desktop when asked where to install choose the folder on your desktop or it will put the folder in your downloads once you run whatever program you want delete the folder and there should be no trace of the program other than maybe a log if you make one etc.. Emsisoft Emergency Kit Portable https://portableapps.com/downloading/?a=EmsisoftEmergencyKitPortable&n=Emsisoft Emergency Kit Portable&s=s&p=&d=pa&f=EmsisoftEmergencyKitPortable_2020.1.0.9909.paf.exe Process Hacker Portable https://portableapps.com/downloading/?a=ProcessHackerPortable&n=Process Hacker Portable&s=s&p=&d=pa&f=ProcessHackerPortable_2.39_English.paf.exe Startup Sentinel Portable https://portableapps.com/downloading/?a=StartupSentinelPortable&n=Startup Sentinel Portable&s=s&p=&d=pa&f=StartupSentinelPortable_1.7.6.24_English.paf.exe Wise Disk Cleaner Portable https://portableapps.com/downloading/?a=WiseDiskCleanerPortable&n=Wise Disk Cleaner Portable&s=s&p=&d=pa&f=WiseDiskCleanerPortable_10.2.6.paf.exe QwikMark Portable (Benchmark all in one) https://portableapps.com/downloading/?a=QwikMarkPortable&n=QwikMark Portable&s=s&p=&d=pa&f=QwikMarkPortable_0.4_English.paf.exe
  3. I do not understand what you are saying, but if it is just one keyboard that is causing the issues, bingo.
  4. every once in a while a battery can get out of whack if it is not worn out, try this https://windowsreport.com/calibrate-laptop-battery/.
  5. Take a few pictures if you can. Might not help me, but it might help other people solve your issues.
  6. Your graphics card alone uses 250 W, i would be worried about maybe power and or other compatibility issues. What is your motherboard?
  7. Did you have a surge protector or ups? If not this could have damaged your power supply or other parts. I would never plug a computer right into the wall. In summary, degraded hardware possibly, but still works enough to boot.
  8. This might be a dumb question, but where did you plug your fans in and did you try not plugging in the fans at all to see if the problem persists? Is you PSU going out or something and can't supply enough power to everything that is plugged in? If you did a fresh install i doubt it is a virus of something of that nature. It could also be strictly driver issues with installed hardware. You could also try to update the bios and not just the drivers for the hell of it (https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/Z170-P/HelpDesk_BIOS/).
  9. Use disk cleaner (https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/delete-old-windows-update-files/, clean more than updates but same steps with checking a few more boxes) to delete old files before defrag or trim on all drives. The last thing that might be helpful if your a little tech savvy is try to run a tool which will runs a series of tests to find the issue. Its quick and easy if you don't know how to do it yourself, Download link from provider site https://mega.nz/#!xWAjFRBS!rdcg5n05ZVu8OYSYVbLK9bv1OEKBnw0_BWnvlN9s5fo. All actions and results will be spit out in a folder on the desktop. Advisory: it does individual stress test on CPU, GPU etc... to look for faults, among other tests and actions Source: https://paul.is-a-geek.org/aio-srt/aio-srt-lite/
  10. Try to update the driver and/or firmware for the drive. I would also get the key for your copy of windows and get off any files you need just in case of complete failure. lazesoft windows key finder is good for this. Try to get any other licence to any other software etc.. off also, save all info to a password protected word document (or something else that requires a password). This is preparing for the worst or if you need to replace parts after failure, reinstall etc...
  11. try removing the the old HDD then boot from the SSD or try another tool like AIO system rescue toolkit at https://paul.is-a-geek.org/aio-srt/, use the disk tool to create a image, then image the drive you want with that image (sector by sector copy).
  12. Open Command Prompt and run chkdsk on your drive to identify, repair and fix bad sectors, if any, on your hard disk drive. (This could be the issue) Log into Windows 10 Press the Windows key to open the Start Menu Select Search Type-in cmd Right-click on Command Prompt from the search results list Click Run as administrator Log in as an Administrator When Command Prompt launches, type the command: chkdsk C: /f /r /x The parameters for this command are: /f option will attempt to fix any found errors /r option will locate for bad sectors and recovery any readable information /x option will force the volume you’re about to check to be dismounted before the utility begins a scan If the drive is in use, type Y to run a scan at your PC’s next restart. If so, exit Command Prompt and restart the computer. From:https://neosmart.net/wiki/chkdsk/
  13. First step enable CUDA (https://blogs.adobe.com/kevinmonahan/2013/09/13/enabling-cuda-for-the-mercury-playback-engine-in-the-macbook-pro-retina/), use proxies if need. These steps are a start and there are other things like tweaking ram usage and other GPU settings. 32Gb of ram is not a lot when it comes to video editing since abobe can eat up a tone of ram if you allow it to. I upgrade from 32 to 64 GB and altered the amount of ram the software could use. there were huge gains after the upgrade. CUDA being enable and using the studio version of the driver (if your GPU has one) makes a huge difference in regard to your GPU.
  14. Your code is defined below and try to update you disk driver. I have seen these issues before and that solved their problem. If that does not work you have the error codes defined at least. Its a disk issue I believe.
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