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gilbertmateo
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I nead some help 

resently my computer have all the HDD ocupide i dont know why i 
try to fix this whit some tutorial in youtube and it was`t any 
help so the only that i know is that my computer is super laggy, is 
not a bad pc tho in general i can play some games do some work
 and whart ever. I have a hdd so may be that but i don`t think so ,i don`t 
know i`m just a poor boy who need some help



btw sorry for bad ingles i`doning my best

 

 

 

 

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so all drives at 100% all the time? PS PrntScr then Ctrl V into word processor for easy windows screenshots

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2 minutes ago, barondeau said:

so all drives at 100% all the time? PS PrntScr then Ctrl V into word processor for easy windows screenshots

yea is all the time, and every time i try to do that says upload failed 

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

What is your question? Btw, you might want to use translate

I need some help recently my computer have all the HDD occupied, I don't know why, I try to fix this with some tutorial I found on youtube and it wasn't any help, so the only thing that I know is that my computer is super laggy, it is not a bad PC in general though, I can play some games, do some work, or whatever. I have an HDD but i don't thing that will do anything

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1 minute ago, gilbertmateo said:

yea is all the time, and every time i try to do that says upload failed 

That doesn't sound good. Have you tried running a s.m.a.r.t. test on it?

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So you have access to the windows task manager, you should be able to see what is taking up a lot of disk time. If that doesn't lead to anything I once had an SSD that was like that and the problem with it was the controller, that might be the thing for your HDD, I got it to work decently when I wiped it and reinstalled windows but  it was in a different computer, so a lot of variables changed. 

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is that I want to fix that because I know that every time
I try to do the slightest thing it takes an eternity

 

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Just now, barondeau said:

So you have access to the windows task manager, you should be able to see what is taking up a lot of disk time. If that doesn't lead to anything I once had an SSD that was like that and the problem with it was the controller, that might be the thing for your SSD 

Well, this sounds more like a faulty hdd. Some testing says a lot sometimes

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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

That doesn't sound good. Have you tried running a s.m.a.r.t. test on it?

noo who i can do that?

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BTW what is the RPM on the HDD? it should say on the drive itself if you don't know

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I have opened it but it does not lead to anything I do not get anything, no aplicasion or task appears busy much of the disk

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1 minute ago, gilbertmateo said:

noo who i can do that?

Try this code in command prompt, it should give ok on everything

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wmic diskdrive get status

Or download crystaldiskinfo

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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

Try this code in command prompt, it should give ok on everything

Or download crystaldiskinfo

i try the comand and it says ok so i`m download crystaldiskinfo

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10 minutes ago, barondeau said:

So you have access to the windows task manager, you should be able to see what is taking up a lot of disk time. If that doesn't lead to anything I once had an SSD that was like that and the problem with it was the controller, that might be the thing for your HDD, I got it to work decently when I wiped it and reinstalled windows but  it was in a different computer, so a lot of variables changed. 

how can I check if it's the driver, and my pc is relatively new so I do not think that's it
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What in task manager is using up all the disk

Optical Drive Poll: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1006309-optical-drive-survey/

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4 minutes ago, AdvancedMicroDisapointment said:

What in task manager is using up all the disk

nothing just 3 or 4 this using 0,1 MB/s

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2 minutes ago, gilbertmateo said:

nothing just 3 or 4 this using 0,1 MB/s

Thats odd, I would check for any driver updates on your motherboard manufacturers website as well as maybe even a bios or chipset update

Optical Drive Poll: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1006309-optical-drive-survey/

Main Rig (Pulsar)

CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X MOBO: MSI MEG X570 Unify RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum RG(4x8gb) 3200Mhz 16-16-16-32 GPU: EVGA GTX 1080 FTW ACX 3.0 Cooler: Noctua NH-U12S Chromax (LTT Edition) Storage: Intel 6000p 128gb boot drive, Intel 665p 1tb (x2), Samsung 850 EVO 1tb, Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Tempered Glass PSU: EVGA SupeNOVA G1+ 750W OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 bit  

FreeNAS Server (The Vault)

CPU: Xeon E5-2603 v3 MOBO: MSI X99 Tomahawk RAM: G.Skill Aegis (4x8gb) 3000Mhz 16-18-18-38 GPU: EVGA GT 710 Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Storage: Intel S3520 x2 for boot, x16 in RAIDZ for storage, Seagate Ironwolf 2tb (Striped will be a steam cache) Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass PSU: Corsair CX750 750W

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8 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

Also, what's listed on the task manager as your hdd?

i can`t 

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41 minutes ago, barondeau said:

BTW what is the RPM on the HDD? it should say on the drive itself if you don't know

i look and the RPM are 5400 i don`t know if is a hi RPM or no 

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18 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

I don't need the image. Just the name of the disk

its a st1000lm035-1rk172

 

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1 minute ago, gilbertmateo said:

its a st1000lm035-1rk172

 

Well, it isn't a fast hard drive. But it shouldn't be that slow. Get the newest drivers from your oem or motherboard maker, that should do the trick

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

Well, it isn't a fast hard drive. But it shouldn't be that slow. Get the newest drivers from your oem or motherboard maker, that should do the trick

I just downloaded the latest BIOS, so I'll do that and I'll tell you

 
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