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My pc is just dying, No idea what the hell to do.

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1 minute ago, Carbonado said:

Or maybe if you have the $ you can buy a new drive lol.

Doubt the drive is faulty, sounds like something to do with the partition scheme got corrupted. You can use crystaldiskinfo to check the health of your drive

https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/

My pc was all fine until windows 10 started getting resource heavy with there major updates. My PC SSD has 117gb yet system files take up 81.9 gb of it. One of my drivers keep saying "The Parameter is Incorrect." when trying to make a volume from it in disk manager. I tried resetting the pc and it came across an error saying "Windows couldn't reset." I've had the pc since 2018 and I don't know what to do. It's really unstable and lags quite frequently. I have kaspersky anti-virus and it's saying I have nothing bad on my pc. I can't even boot into any bootable usb's as it says "Windows can not be installed on this partition." My specs are as followed :

 

Omen By HP Desktop PC 880-p1xx

Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8400 CPU @ 2.80GHz   2.80 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

8.00 GB (7.89 GB usable)

64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

1920x1080 60hz Monitor.

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Reinstalling Windows is probably your best option. 

When booting into the USB, after backing up your data to an external drive or cloud, you may need to delete all partitions and let Windows create it's own new ones

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You can't reset the pc? Well maybe you can try reinstalling Windows. Or maybe if you have the $ you can buy a new drive lol.

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4 minutes ago, RTX 3090 said:

Reinstalling Windows is probably your best option. 

When booting into the USB, after backing up your data to an external drive or cloud, you may need to delete all partitions and let Windows create it's own new ones

I've tried to it just stops or finishes then bsod on the final installation point.

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1 minute ago, L2Gae said:

I've tried to it just stops or finishes then bsod on the final installation point.

Run crystaldiskinfo and let us know what happens. If it says caution or has a yellow or red colour, the drive may be faulty. Yellow is just a caution / warning, but red is a bit more serious. 

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Just now, RTX 3090 said:

Run crystaldiskinfo and let us know what happens. If it says caution or has a yellow or red colour, the drive may be faulty. Yellow is just a caution / warning, but red is a bit more serious. 

Will do, I'll reply tommorow since I'm heading to bed. Also, my ram too acts weird.

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21 minutes ago, L2Gae said:

Also, my ram too acts weird.

Try memtest86/64

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Id say based on what I read above that your drive is faulty, windows has had a major error (a lot of times over) or something else wierd is going on. My best advice would be to reinstall windows in any way possible. (windows media creation tool may work while in system rather than booting to a USB drive). Also windows "fresh start" feature may at least be able to get you to a point where you CAN fully reinstall windows. Ill try to keep updated with your results from the crystal disk test if noone else does.

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12 hours ago, RTX 3090 said:

Run crystaldiskinfo and let us know what happens. If it says caution or has a yellow or red colour, the drive may be faulty. Yellow is just a caution / warning, but red is a bit more serious. 

Tried it and I did the drive that says Local Disk (F:) and it came up with this.

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22 hours ago, Dragoonski said:

Id say based on what I read above that your drive is faulty, windows has had a major error (a lot of times over) or something else wierd is going on. My best advice would be to reinstall windows in any way possible. (windows media creation tool may work while in system rather than booting to a USB drive). Also windows "fresh start" feature may at least be able to get you to a point where you CAN fully reinstall windows. Ill try to keep updated with your results from the crystal disk test if noone else does.

If the system failed whilst installing Windows, I would expect the original Windows installation to be corrupt. If this is not the case, it would lead me to believe the installation had not started / initialised when there was a BSOD. This could also mean there was an error in the USB installer, or the USB may be corrupt.

 

Which USB are you using ? Some unbranded Chinese ones have a fake capacity

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