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my pc is much slower than 2 days ago

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2 minutes ago, BaconInANutshell said:

 

i am trying to run Crystaldiskinfo right now but it is taking really long

That's a dead giveaway (pardon the pun) that one of your drives is ready to be taken out and thrown in the trash. Time to replace it and restore the back-up of your data there. 

In the last 2 days my pc got much slower and i don't know why, and i don't know how to fix it.

Windows 10 boots up much slower now, fomr 15 sec to 6-8 minutes, opening games takes much longer.

I really don't know what to do

 

EDIT: the error is in dutch though'G:\VIDEOS isn't reacheble. The parameter isn't correct'

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EDIT 2: i lost all my photos and videos of the last 10 years on that disk,it was my photo storage disk

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Your disk is probably dead. What kind of disk do you have? Have you installed any new software?

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3 minutes ago, Thunderzzu said:

Your disk is probably dead. What kind of disk do you have? Have you installed any new software?

My widnows runs on an SSD. i installed itch.io yesterday. and btw i think you are right i can't reach some of my photos

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Check for newly installed software by windows if you are running Windows 10. If you are running Windows 10 reboot 2-3 times and if that helps windows pushed something to your PC in the background. 

 

Also a simple check of task manager should show you what is running and taking up resources. (CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE)

 

Edit: so uninstall itch.io from yesterday and see if that fixes it.

Thanks!

 

Chris R.

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4 minutes ago, Thunderzzu said:

Your disk is probably dead. What kind of disk do you have? Have you installed any new software?

If it was dead, then it wouldn't boot at all.

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1 minute ago, Chris_R. said:

Check for newly installed software by windows if you are running Windows 10. If you are running Windows 10 reboot 2-3 times and if that helps windows pushed something to your PC in the background. 

 

Also a simple check of task manager should show you what is running and taking up resources. (CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE)

nothing weird in task manager. 

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1 minute ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

If it was dead, then it wouldn't boot at all.

i have 1 ssd and 2 hdd

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6 minutes ago, BaconInANutshell said:

i have 1 ssd and 2 hdd

Download CrystalDiskInfo Kurei Edition.

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Run Crystaldiskinfo and upload the screenshot here for your G drive. I'm guessing it's kicked the bucket. A broken hard drive can bring a system to its knees, response time wise.

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1 minute ago, NelizMastr said:

Run Crystaldiskinfo and upload the screenshot here for your G drive. I'm guessing it's kicked the bucket. A broken hard drive can bring a system to its knees, response time wise.

 

2 minutes ago, xAcid9 said:

Download CrystalDiskInfo Kurei Edition.

i am trying to run Crystaldiskinfo right now but it is taking really long

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Just now, BaconInANutshell said:

 

i am trying to run Crystaldiskinfo right now but it is taking really long

Disconnect both your HDDs and test if system still slow. Connect one drive after that. 

| Intel i7-3770@4.2Ghz | Asus Z77-V | Zotac 980 Ti Amp! Omega | DDR3 1800mhz 4GB x4 | 300GB Intel DC S3500 SSD | 512GB Plextor M5 Pro | 2x 1TB WD Blue HDD |
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2 minutes ago, BaconInANutshell said:

 

i am trying to run Crystaldiskinfo right now but it is taking really long

That's a dead giveaway (pardon the pun) that one of your drives is ready to be taken out and thrown in the trash. Time to replace it and restore the back-up of your data there. 

PC Specs - AMD Ryzen 5 5600X MSI B550M Mortar 16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3600 @ CL15 - RX5700XT 660p 1TBGB & 256GB 600p Fractal Define Mini C CM V550 - Pop!_OS 20.04

 

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2 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

If it was dead, then it wouldn't boot at all.

what? have you ever seen a dying disk before? The OS boots but very slowly and it looks like it's in slow-motion ;)

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25 minutes ago, Thunderzzu said:

what? have you ever seen a dying disk before? The OS boots but very slowly and it looks like it's in slow-motion ;)

Dying, but not dead.

 

If a drive is on its way out, then it'll be acting slow like that. If it's completely dead, then you won't get anything from it at all. That was my point.

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do some NTFS checks with chkdsk /f

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