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i/o error could be the CPU problem?

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hey guys i am having a weird problem of my hdd..but i am not sure if the problem belongs to my hdd..ok lets start:
i was playing hunted game that was installed on my hdd my game has frozen after 30 minutes or so so i closed it via task manager but while i was playing hunted i were downloading something with torrent and i wanted to check the status of downloading and i saw a message on torrent status that was saying
"The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error"..[it happened after the game has frozen]
i have played other games and i didnt had any freezing issues at all but i am afraid of the torrent message i googl'd my problem alot of people saying different staff like some hardware are dying or so.. i really dont know where to post my problem maybe its not the HDD..

can the problem caused of faulty cpu?

my pc spects:
i7 2600k overclocked to 4.6ghz
asus maximus iv
HDD 1TB Samsung HD103SJ
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post #2 of 5
Have you tried running without the overclock or backing it down? I don't think the CPU would have anything to do with it if your system did not freeze or become unstable. Do you have ANYTHING in your CD drive being used to boot the game? I understand you said it was installed on your hard drive. If you torrented the game, I would believe your problem starts there, it's far better to just buy the game outright so you have a stable copy, after all, there really aren't any games coming out that are more expensive than a dinner with some friends.
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Yes i torrented the game i had this problem only with hunted game..but last time i wanted to download something from torrent and i downloaded a movie and all the files was corrupted..after i tried to redownload again it downloaded without a problems can it be the HDD then?
Three of the torrents that i left to download months ago produced an error
It says cyclic redundancy check
Edited by borkaman - 6/10/11 at 12:26pm
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try to keep all screenshots or heresay of torrenting anything that isn't legally yours down, I think you'd be better off removing that picture but I would assume it is a problem with the torrent, your hardware is fine. I would blame the tracker or uTorrent
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Have you prime tested your processor, if it reports error's on cores then you need to add more voltage, or downclock.
Also torrenting is illegal don't brag about it!
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