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The first one had a fairly high spin-up time, but that has yet to be seen on either of the newer two drives. She studied creative writing at Kansas State University. Others say that they changed the sata mode from AHCI to IDE which is wrong because SSD will only work on its best performance in AHCI mode. It was working fine after some issues but I plugged ssd and hdd in SATA 3 and it was working propperly. Source

I solved the issue and I think 1 year later the problem came back again, now I not only have problem streaming youtube videos but also using the computer When i It will eventually cause a complete lock-up that will force me to re-start my computer. It is best to run it on each stick of ram one at a time. 06-01-2010, 01:43 PM #11 Branewalker Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 23 Alternative Testing Tools While Windows has a built-in diagnostic tool, alternative software is available to test a hard drive for errors if you want a second opinion.

I'm considering moving to Linux because of this, it's fucking annoying as hell. Searching Google turns up plenty that will tell me about broken hard drives. Reply Jonathan says: February 21, 2015 at 8:19 am This actually worked for me. How can I fix this blasted laptop?

CLI.exe, ati2evxxx.exe, svchost.exe). Does any of the above tell you anything? Thanks Again! Do you see any double entries of programs after a fresh boot?

It worked fine for a while but then it started freezing and stuttering without warning. If I reloaded a browser tab I was guaranteed to freeze my PC. I replaced them all and the problem seems to be resolved. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/218379-after-new-hdd-install-computer-does-nothing-without-freezing.html I did a Lenovo hardware check from my BIOS but no errors were found.

I did Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth, CheckHealth and RestoreHealth but no results. I did sfc /scannow and everything was in order. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads I need to wait a couple of weeks before I'll really trust it.

No change. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2356323/computer-freezes-adding-hdd.html The best I'd get would be another replacement, which has not worked so far. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Post navigation Previous Previous post: IRELAND The MusicalNext Next post: Battlefield 4 has had a rocky start.. The collective knowledge of everyone here ought to turn up something better than I've gotten so far.

It freezes a few seconds into loading Windows. this contact form You mentioned double entries of processes in Task Manager. Modem and Router help please M2 SSD Not showing up in Bios or... Run the "Repair Your Computer" option to have the startup disc search for and fix errors in your Windows 8 installation.

I suppose this wasn't a related issue, but we did have very similar symptoms. I will post results…hope we can find the solutions cause I cannot play HOTs withoit freezing. My PSU is an Antec Basiq 550 (Model BP550 Plus). have a peek here But if you want to give a shot at fixing it yourself I suggest just a couple of little things that may tell you something: Boot up fresh and don't run

Occasionally this will happen at other times as well. Freeze after a few minutes into the system. I changed the BIOS to default values and no changes were made.

My computer started to freeze in about 5 minutes after startup.

Please try the request again. The repair tool looks for problems with files, drivers, software and memory -- all issues that might cause boot errors in Windows. Apparently there are problems with nVidia's SATA drivers. I uninstalled and reinstalled my nvidia drivers as my computer would say the nvidia drivers had crashed and been recovered, and then took my graphics card out to use on board

Reading Material Hannibal House The story of a Seattle man who visits Wales, and decides to buy a house there. However, I have read somewhere that there IS a workaround so that you can keep the old OS, something with a registry and drivers, not sure - google it and you'll Run msconfig, and go to the startup tab. Check This Out Finally, since I was able to enter safe mode, I did a backup and decided to do a system restore to factory settings.

Wish me luck. thanks again! Thanks for the post, at least theres hope. Both OS worked without issue in IDE mode but I enabled AHCI through the BIOS to speed up the drive.

My motherboard is a KN3 SLI2 from ECS. 2GB of DDR2 800 Athlon X2 5600+ I've got two Seagate drives (a 250gb, and a 500gb) as well. If you look SSD, never allow disk to sleep on the web, you'll find a lot of threads where ppl had they're pc freezing up.