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Installed New Hard Drive & Everything Freezes.
I'll certainly come back when I'm finished, whenever that is (for some reason I'm convinced that it's one of the Microsoft services, and eliminating those is *really* going to take a But I had to re clone my original drive. It's still in "clean boot" mode with all the nonessential background programs stopped, yet any program I use eventually starts hanging and stuttering and becomes impossible to deal with; my CPU It still responds to pings on the network. http://secondsolution.net/hard-drive/installed-a-new-hard-drive.php
Reply Donncha says: January 7, 2014 at 12:47 pm Glad I could help Melibellule! This is the third new drive in a row (Western Digital Caviar Black edition, WD1001FALS) causing a freezing problem. I'll try to keep it as simple as I can. Happily, I called it a day and switched off the computer. this content
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I reinstalled latest mobo bios and all chipset/device drivers, but problem continued. So I had no alternative but to keep AHCI selected. Back to top #4 Frowenat Frowenat Topic Starter Members 9 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:38 PM Posted 16 June 2013 - 10:40 AM I installed Windows 7 and Dell's drivers with I did a clean boot and windows started working fine, but a few changes to startup services and everything goes freezing again.
I'm here at this forum because I've tried that stuff. unfortunately where I had a BSOD I now have a gently whirring fan and an unresponsive black screen. I think the first thing I will do is take it back to the shop and complain. Ahci I used the system default defragmantation.
Does any of the above tell you anything? If we can isolate the service that is causing the problems, that will help determine if we can fix it, or if we need to reinstall a driver or the OS. What now? So make sure your have your hard drives plugged into one of the 3G ports.
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Also you can try opening device manager and updating all of your drivers it could be part of the problem too. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2356323/computer-freezes-adding-hdd.html I don't think it was plugged in for the first few weeks after I installed the hard drive when it was working fine--coincidence? Secondary Hard Drive Freezing Computer Is there anything else software-wise between the OS and the hardware? New Hard Drive Keeps Freezing Which ones do you see that are doing this?
Here's what I've tried: I checked the drivers but all seemed fine. his comment is here Reading Material Hannibal House The story of a Seattle man who visits Wales, and decides to buy a house there. Reply Jan Vansteenlandt says: October 11, 2014 at 9:37 am For me this didn't fix it, but rather disabled my pc from even booting 😀 My solution was to apply the Note: It may help in Task Manager to see what's happening if you set the following columns to be active, if they are not already. Hard Drive Freezes Bios
I was ready to announce the new hard-drive dead and seek replacement when accidentally enough, I came across this thread today which assured me to try hot-plugging the port. Reply Jonathan says: March 5, 2014 at 12:18 am Same problem, but I can't revert to anything older since installing GTX 750 Ti which requires the newest drivers. Firstly 1: I currently have Windows XP SP3 Home Edition installed (and activated) on my 160GB WD Caviar Blue hard drive, which has 8MB cache. this contact form Thanks Again!
My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom-built OS Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 2.4GHz Motherboard Asus PL5D2 Memory 4GB DDR2-667 (4x1GB in But, there is one thing that drives me crazy. Reply Mike says: April 2, 2014 at 1:51 am I'm having problems with my computer too in Windows 7.
As for the clean boot diagnostic, I see now that there are steps to follow for disabling startup and Microsoft services if none of the nonessential services are causing the problem--oops,
Check your USB peripherals people! The following information was included with the event: \Device\Video5 !051d(2558) I'm not the only one with this error and the solution seems to be to downgrade my Nvidia driver to 314.22. Open Task Manager and just sit there and watch it for a while to monitor processes coming and going. I also have a PC that freezes (once every day or two it locks up and I have to reboot it).
Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? However, when I have a look at the processes that are running, there are a couple of instances of firefox listed as running. just study more on google, people do this for years. http://secondsolution.net/hard-drive/installed-new-hard-drive.php I mounted the new WD20EARX as slave SATA for storage only.
He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Google+ and Twitter. I can't imagine why a loose HD would cause an intermittent Not Responding problem and not, you know, crashes or something more drastic, but I'm just looking for clues anywhere at If it's solid on or off, I usually have to restart the machine. All I wanted to do was rollback to 7 from 10 because Kaspersky won't guarantee my safety on 10.
I uninstalled everything Nvidia. 2. I tried disabling and reinstalling all the plugins in Firefox, I ran virus scans and diagnostics and troubleshooters and chkdsk, and no issues were ever found--until, I think, I downloaded Microsoft When it finished, pc restarted and everything worked fine. After that I installed the card and updated the Nvidia drivers.
Did not see that ending coming! I check my disk with S.M.A.R.T. I manage to extricate the mouse by hitting ctrl-alt-del to refocus on the task manager. Task manager performance show that my disk was at 100% active time but 0 read and write activity.
Problems with freezing system after new hard drive install Discussion in 'Software' started by 65ravenblack, Feb 25, 2012. 65ravenblack Private E-2 Hi, I have just had a new hard drive and Back to top #9 Frowenat Frowenat Topic Starter Members 9 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:38 PM Posted 25 June 2013 - 11:41 AM Thanks for the reply! Check the boxes for Enable write caching on a disk and Enable advanced performance. I replaced them all and the problem seems to be resolved.
I never would have thought to try this but it worked perfectly! Use the (slow) full format by unchecking the quick format option. 5.