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Well with all the accurate steps you have taken it is starting to look like to me like there might be on of the "Trojano's" on your system. A lot of the AV programs miss a lot of the Trojano 1900 [TRJ] etc... Avast is one AV program that will pick them up and safely delete them, or even possibly you have a TPE type virus on there, TPE is a memory resident type virus which can USUALLY be eliminated by disabling your page file and rebooting in safe mode and then restarting in normal mode and re-enabling your page file...just a thought.
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I would say drivers... Try a new SATA driver or a new chipset driver... Strange your getting this bad of preformance....
    
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At this point the only thing I can think of is virus. My friend was having a similar problem with his 160GB sata hard drive where everything hard drive related was painfully slow so we reinstalled windows and that did the trick perfectly
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Well with all the accurate steps you have taken it is starting to look like to me like there might be on of the "Trojano's" on your system. A lot of the AV programs miss a lot of the Trojano 1900 [TRJ] etc... Avast is one AV program that will pick them up and safely delete them, or even possibly you have a TPE type virus on there, TPE is a memory resident type virus which can USUALLY be eliminated by disabling your page file and rebooting in safe mode and then restarting in normal mode and re-enabling your page file...just a thought.
Well... It could be a virus, although I doubt it pretty much; I always have nod32 running and up to date, plus Sygate firewall, PG2, and frequent Ad-Aware scans. The most I've got is a couple tracking cookies.
I'll download Avast see what happens; I'll also see if that method for TPE virus helps out in something. Thanks.

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I would say drivers... Try a new SATA driver or a new chipset driver... Strange your getting this bad of preformance....
It was working perfectly yesterday, it crapped out after the defrag, it should have nothing to do with drivers; anyways I'll see if that helps. Thanks.
post #14 of 22
Here's what you could try doing. Create another small partition (say 3GB) and install windows to it. Run your benchmarks and I bet it'll be fixed. If not oh well, if it is, reinstall your main partition.
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post #15 of 22
try spybot, that seems to do a good job http://www.safer-networking.org/en/download/
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post #16 of 22
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Here's what you could try doing. Create another small partition (say 3GB) and install windows to it. Run your benchmarks and I bet it'll be fixed. If not oh well, if it is, reinstall your main partition.
Hmm... I have an unused 15Gb partition, but in that case I just might as well reinstall my main partition. I'm going to try some stuff out, see if I can get it fixed; if not I'll just reinstall.

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try spybot, that seems to do a good job http://www.safer-networking.org/en/download/
I don't think spyware is causing this, but thanks.
post #17 of 22
The point of testing on another partition is so you don't reinstall windows only to smack your head on the desk and find out that didn't fix it. You're going to kill yourself (not literally) if you reinstall your main partition only to have it not be fixed. I would really test it first without formatting your main one.
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post #18 of 22
download spyware doctor, kicks the crap out of ad-aware. also you can try downloading diskeeper and trying a defrag with that, it has to be the best defragger out there, also google page defrag and run that along with system mechanic.
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post #19 of 22
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Windows was screwed up, no hardware problems at all; I reinstalled and it's working perfectly.
lol, compared to last benchmark.... 30x faster on burst speed.
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Windows was screwed up, no hardware problems at all; I reinstalled and it's working perfectly.
lol, compared to last benchmark.... 30x faster on burst speed.
Glad to hear you finally got it resolved! I'm still wondering exactly what the problem was though since it happened to a friend of mine too.
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