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post #51 of 65
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Under SMART Information, go to view, then select "View SMART raw data." Under "reallocated sectors count," what's the value?

cant seem to find in that view
post #52 of 65
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Another reason why some people just shouldn't build their own computers..
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Hope you get your Rig sorted out OP. Comment above is just plain stupid and ignorant

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post #53 of 65
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oo.oo..type "run" in the search box..then "cmd" then type "chkdsk c: /f" biggrin.gif and reboot when you're done defragging applaud.gif

Did that
post #54 of 65
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61% doesn't seem out of the realm of normalcy. Depending on his/her antivirus and programs running at startup, 2gb+ is an understandable number.
Speaking of startup, OP, type "msconfig" into the windows search field and go to the startup tab and uncheck and programs that obviously don't need to be running when you turn your pc on. Faster startup and more free memory is always a plus.

its down to about 42% now at idle thx
post #55 of 65
Run task manager and go to processes, and sort them by memory usage, is there anything there that seems out of the ordinary? You could have a program taking way more RAM than it needs, 2GB of memory while idle is way too much, I idle around 700.
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oo.oo..type "run" in the search box..then "cmd" then type "chkdsk c: /f" biggrin.gif and reboot when you're done defragging applaud.gif

Did that

Any I improvement with running those games?
post #57 of 65
Sounds like a HDD issue to me too.

The game files in question could have been corrupted, you could try to verify their content in STEAM or reinstall them to see if that helps. Unlikely (not impossible) that it is a PSU or hardware issue if the problem is software dependent.

I'd make some backups, if you haven't.
    
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post #58 of 65
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Any I improvement with running those games?

yes that seemed to work i also ran ccleaner and not it seems to be working fine
post #59 of 65
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Sounds like a HDD issue to me too.
The game files in question could have been corrupted, you could try to verify their content in STEAM or reinstall them to see if that helps. Unlikely (not impossible) that it is a PSU or hardware issue if the problem is software dependent.
I'd make some backups, if you haven't.

yes i do have some backups
post #60 of 65
Wait... so as i read it, he had a wiring issue with his fan and CPU acitvity led? And that is not at all related to his loading issues. However, his wires won't stay in place.

Now... where to delve. You could be running high on ram because of too many programs running at once. Or it might be a virus. Definetly scan for that (just to be safe).

1. What security scanner are you using?
2. Give us the info on your hard drive. What size is it, model (so we can geek out), how much free space do you have left (because that might be part of the problem).... Stuff like that.
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