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Followed Tutorial and PC Runs TERRIBLE!

5 minutes ago, donkin said:

Mainly just photoshop work and a lot of game files, server backups from my game servers, I'm just going to back that up to my other drives and disconnect them, and clean install on my ssd.

Sounds like you know what to do then GL

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I followed this tutorial to the T and saw others who did and it worked well for them but for me, well it slams my CPU to 100% when anything happens in games, it stutters, basically renders my computer useless for gaming at the moment and so far I have around 3-4 TB of data that I don't want to backup or even on my SSD I have around 400GB I don't want to backup, even then I don't know if it will even work the same again if I reinstall windows, any sort of help would be great!!!

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Got to 1:11. First possible issue. The Man is very hard to understand.  What version of Windows 10 did he design this thing for originally?


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1 minute ago, Bombastinator said:

38 min video.  

I don't know personally but isn't there only like minimal differences between Enterprise and Home and all the rest? Right now I have home, what solution would you try for this issue?

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Just now, donkin said:

I don't know personally but isn't there only like minimal differences between Enterprise and Home and all the rest? Right now I have home, what solution would you try for this issue?

Undo what the dude did.  Considering the video length that’s probably a lot of things.  “Enterprise and home?”  I’m talking about between updates of windows.  1909 was the previous one.  I don’t know what the current is.


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3 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

Undo what the dude did.  Considering the video length that’s probably a lot of things.  “Enterprise and home?”  I’m talking about between updates of windows.  1909 was the previous one.  I don’t know what the current is. 

He did a ton of registry edit stuff and just a ton of things I wouldn't even know how to undo, there's no "Undo" button or something like that. Also had a ton of scripts that you downloaded to run, other people had success but I have found some have terrible performance (like me) and I've looked through a ton of comments and haven't found anyone that has found a solution to it

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Well... Did you happen to back up the partition Windows was on before you followed a random tutorial on YouTube? If not, I would recommend a system restore, assuming this guide didn't have you disable it and delete the restore points.  

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1 minute ago, Founders said:

Well... Did you happen to back up the partition Windows was on before you followed a random tutorial on YouTube? If not, I would recommend a system restore, assuming this guide didn't have you disable it and delete the restore points.  

I don't believe so, and I'll be sure to take such precautions in the future, didn't really think of that tbh.

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2 minutes ago, Founders said:

Well... Did you happen to back up the partition Windows was on before you followed a random tutorial on YouTube? If not, I would recommend a system restore, assuming this guide didn't have you disable it and delete the restore points.  

Heh.  A really complicated version of getting someone to hit alt f4 in game but I could see it happening


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Im smelling “clean install in safe mode”. anything On that drive you will miss if it gets erased?


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2 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

Im smelling “clean install in safe mode”. anything On that drive you will miss if it gets erased?

Mainly just photoshop work and a lot of game files, server backups from my game servers, I'm just going to back that up to my other drives and disconnect them, and clean install on my ssd.

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5 minutes ago, donkin said:

Mainly just photoshop work and a lot of game files, server backups from my game servers, I'm just going to back that up to my other drives and disconnect them, and clean install on my ssd.

Sounds like you know what to do then GL


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