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it might be the gfx driver acting up....happened to me and my pc was all jumpy and mouse pointer froze at some point....stuff like hat....try changing/reinstalling gfx drivers....
Done that twice now

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Virus possibly? Other than a bad Hard drive it could be a bad cpu or motherboard. Possibly ram too.
Giving it a scan now. I did buy some new RAM however it ran fine with this in for well over a month.

I've always suspected it could be something on a hardware level as my entire OS vanished overnight once. Windows repair couldn't see it to repair it, went to reinstall and it couldn't see the old OS, went to reinstall it again as I couldn't use my mouse and then the OS showed up...
    
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Done that twice now



Giving it a scan now. I did buy some new RAM however it ran fine with this in for well over a month.

I've always suspected it could be something on a hardware level as my entire OS vanished overnight once. Windows repair couldn't see it to repair it, went to reinstall and it couldn't see the old OS, went to reinstall it again as I couldn't use my mouse and then the OS showed up...
That is very odd indeed. Hardware related to cpu, motherboard, ram or hard drive. I would thoroughly check those 4 devices. Start with ram first. memtest.
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^i seems to be an hdd problem.....any other changes u have made to ur system????
and does these symptoms appear randomly or they have any pattern???
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^i seems to be an hdd problem.....any other changes u have made to ur system????
and does these symptoms appear randomly or they have any pattern???
They seem more frequent when im watching a video or listening to music, apart from that its completely random.

How do I run a memtest again?
    
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download memtest86 then make a bootable disk from it(i use poweriso preferably)
then boot with that disk.....
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+1 almost forgot about this....
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Hovers around 60 - 100, maximum was 150. Didn't alter it when playing video

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download memtest86 then make a bootable disk from it(i use poweriso preferably)
then boot with that disk.....
Trying now
    
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Open up tskmanager and see if your CPU spikes during the freezes. Soothing similar was happening to me a couple weeks ago and it had to with my wireless card? I re-sat the card as well as disables the network and ethernet abilities in control panel and that seemed to fix it. Try that?
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Hovers around 60 - 100, maximum was 150. Didn't alter it when playing video



Trying now
Ok edit that. Just had a spike ok 330746
    
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