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For the last few days, I have been experiencing lots of slow downs again. Whether it's on startup or just loading apps. Also had several "Windows Explorer has stopped working" errors. So I just did Sfc /scannow and I got the following error.(See screen.) I have attached the error log.

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Run a CHKDSK /F yet on that drive?

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Looks like you're getting folder permissions errors. Did you modify anything? Was it a clean install or an upgrade?

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[quote name='xendrome' timestamp='1351203880' post='595272503']
Run a CHKDSK /F yet on that drive?
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Yes. I have done that a few times. It stops at 45% and then goes to the login screen.

[quote name='GreyWolf' timestamp='1351204020' post='595272513']
Looks like you're getting folder permissions errors. Did you modify anything? Was it a clean install or an upgrade?
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Haven't modified anything. Clean install quite awhile back.

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[quote name='Lakota Rising' timestamp='1351204368' post='595272529']
[b]Yes. I have done that a few times. It stops at 45% and then goes to the login screen.[/b]



Haven't modified anything. Clean install quite awhile back.
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There may be something wrong with the drive, then. I'd get the diagnostic tool from whatever company manufactures it and give it a run.

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[quote name='GreyWolf' timestamp='1351204720' post='595272537']
There may be something wrong with the drive, then. I'd get the diagnostic tool from whatever company manufactures it and give it a run.
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get CrystalDiskInfo post a screenshot of it

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Here is the screen from CrystalDiskInfo:

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Sounds like a good time to try the refresh feature.

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I've seen people getting bad info from Crystal. I suggested the OEM's diagnostic tool because you can use the output from it to RMA the drive if you need to.

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I did several refreshes before I took the screen.

[quote name='GreyWolf' timestamp='1351205759' post='595272597']
I've seen people getting bad info from Crystal. I suggested the OEM's diagnostic tool because you can use the output from it to RMA the drive if you need to.
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So I need SeaTools then?

Edit:
Seatools will not run under Win8. Compatibility issues.

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Run it in Windows 7 mode. It should work.

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[quote name='Piggy' timestamp='1351208069' post='595272703']
Run it in Windows 7 mode. It should work.
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Tried that.

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Well, burn the DOS Seatools ISO and get started with the scan. :D

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[quote name='Piggy' timestamp='1351208272' post='595272713']
Well, burn the DOS Seatools ISO and get started with the scan. :D
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Not going to run it in the dos mode.

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[[i]Thread cleaned[/i]]

Please do not post in a thread requesting assistance if you're not offering any.

@Lakota: I'm afraid I can't think of any other remedies tonight for you. Perhaps you could pop out and pick up a new writable disc tomorrow or dig up a RW you could erase?

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[quote name='GreyWolf' timestamp='1351216637' post='595273075']
[[i]Thread cleaned[/i]]

Please do not post in a thread requesting assistance if you're not offering any.

@Lakota: I'm afraid I can't think of any other remedies tonight for you. Perhaps you could pop out and pick up a new writable disc tomorrow or dig up a RW you could erase?
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Thanx GreyWolf. Will do so in morning.

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I had similar issues a couple of years back with extremely slow response times on startup, running applications and moving stuff around. It was indeed a hardware issue as I replaced the HDD and it cleared right up. Definitely try to run some diagnostics on the disk. Hope that .02 helps a little. Best of luck. :)

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[quote name='Lakota Rising' timestamp='1351218584' post='595273137']
Thanx GreyWolf. Will do so in morning.
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If it's not the drive then come back here and we'll see if we can find something else. I'm sure there's a magic log file somewhere that'll have the answer in it.

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[quote name='GreyWolf' timestamp='1351219527' post='595273149']
If it's not the drive then come back here and we'll see if we can find something else. I'm sure there's a magic log file somewhere that'll have the answer in it.
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Well, I dl'd the ISO burned it to a CD-RW and ran the long test and there is no issues with the HDD. I'm thinking I'll just do a reset/refresh on the drive.

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Well, double crap! I can't even do a refresh.

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Now that sucks.

Have you made sure the install media is good? I've seen corrupt install media lead to issues like this.

If that's good then I recommend a test on the RAM.

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[quote name='Shane Nokes' timestamp='1351286621' post='595275147']
Now that sucks.

Have you made sure the install media is good? I've seen corrupt install media lead to issues like this.

If that's good then I recommend a test on the RAM.
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I tested the ram last night. The install media is what I dl'd from technet and burned to flash. Works fine. I tried loading it up on my wife's pc and it works fine.

Also, when I click check for solutions, it starts to load then it disappears.

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[quote name='Lakota Rising' timestamp='1351287013' post='595275169']


I tested the ram last night. The install media is what I dl'd from technet and burned to flash. Works fine. I tried loading it up on my wife's pc and it works fine.

Also, when I click check for solutions, it starts to load then it disappears.
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Hmm it sounds like the original install just went wonky for some reason then if the hash matches for the install media.

I've seen that happen a couple times, but not often.

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[quote name='Shane Nokes' timestamp='1351287299' post='595275185']
Hmm it sounds like the original install just went wonky for some reason then if the hash matches for the install media.

I've seen that happen a couple times, but not often.
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Ok, so let's say it went [i]wonky[/i]. Do I have to re-dl the ISO then?

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Try having a look in your event viewer, sometimes if you have a disk error the event log (under System) will have errors that might give you an indication, I've found that the messages "There was a paging error during operation on drive <blah>", and "Delayed write failed" are particularly common when you have a disk close to failure.

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