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Windows 7 stuck at Shutdown screen, can't enable SLI, and many more. I'm thinking it's the SSD.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit CPU: Intel 3770k GPU: Two NVidia 660Ti (SLI) MotherBoard: AsRock z77 Extreme 6 SSD with Windows on it: Kingston HyperX 256GB HDD: Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB
I think that should be enough for my issue, so here we go:
I'm sure you've noticed that I have a gaming rig, where I usually record my gameplay for a channel. I use my SSD to run the programs, and my HDD as a place to store all my recordings.
I recently found out that my editing program, adobe Premiere, makes copies of all my huge files and saves them to my tiny SSD and doesn't bother to delete them. Awesome! Too bad I found out when my SSD was already at 95% capacity. I don't know how I was blind to this storage issue, but It appears that I was. I mention this because, over time, as my SSD kept getting clogged, my windows 7 was having issues. The issues really started to get noticeable when I did an update for my system. The first thing that started happening was this:
1) My computer wouldn't fully start up. It went splash->windows logo->black. I had to restart it once or twice and it would boot up just fine. 2) My computer, when prompted to shut down, goes to the windows splash screen, logs off, but hangs at "Shutting down". It doesn't go anywhere, so I am forced to shut it down manually.
The above has been happening for about four days now. Today, I move my computer to the newly renovated office. While doing so, I install my new soundcard (Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Titanium). I also installed the driver for it. Creative then barraged me with programs like a midi controller and useless crap. I finish the installations and proceed to delete those useless programs. That's when all hell breaks lose:
I try to install a small program. It goes to 1% (visually), and hangs. What? I think. I try another. Hangs at 1%. I tried to diagnose the problem myself. I went to the first best guess, Windows. It's installed on my SSD, so I check the drive for errors. Nothing. Holy crap! It's nearly full. What the hell?! I use my TuneUp utilities to find out what's clogging the drive. Turns out it was duplicates of my recordings. I delete one, and it went fine. I delete multiple, it goes to do so, and hangs. I think that it's definitely a memory thing, so it has got to be the SSD.
I restart. Hmm. It didn't go to black after the windows logo, like it usually does. I start deleting more of those recording duplicates. at this point, I've cleaned out 100GB of space off of my SSD. I try uninstalling a program, and presto! It actually worked. I go to turn off the computer, thinking that the shut down bug has been fixed too, but no. It still won't shut down properly. I'm panicking at this point because my computer is the single most important thing this week, as I am supposed to finish a huge component of my Senior Project for my University Degree.
I'm thinking I could ignore the shut down issue for now, but I still need to perform the SLI for my video cards, as the feature is disabled every time I unplug from my power supply. I go to my control panel, and hit SLI. "Applying Changes". Hangs again. Doesn't budge. I force restart. WHAM! No GPU detected! Im watching my screen at the golden 800x640. Restart. Nothing. Again. Nothing. Shit. I'm thinking that while it was changing something, the forced restart must have caused it to be stuck at a place where the GPU was about to be loaded. I download the latest driver, which is my current driver. I go to install it, it hangs at about 10%. I knew this wasn't going to go well, and that I'm pretty much screwed at this point, so I force restart. My gpu is detected, and I'm back to normal. It seems that because my driver is up to date, whatever it reinstalled was the part that was changing during the SLI process. I try SLI again, same thing happens, and I have to repeat the whole process.
I've scanned my computer for viruses and malware, and it's clean. I don't make an effort to ruin my computer on the internet, so that's not a surprise.
So my conclusion is: My SSD, or windows 7, is malfunctioning. It can't process extremely intensive functions, like the SLI, or uninstalling a large program (sometimes small too!). I can't shut down properly either. Before I decide to clean out my entire SSD and reinstall windows, causing all my much needed programs to evaporate into nothingness, I would like to know what went wrong so I can prevent this in the future.
Help me reddit, you're my only hope. I appreciate all of your answers, and your wisdom. If there is ANYTHING I can do to help, please let me know, and I will edit this post. Thank you so much.
- A panicking university student
My Nvidia control panel no longer detects my second GPU. I'm afraid of changing any settings. I will also mention that this SSD has been with me for over a year with no problems. This stuff has been happening for 4 days now.
Computer stutters for 1-2 seconds every few minutes
For about a week, my computer has been especially slow. Just opening a new tab on my browser would render it unable to do anything for about 10-15 seconds until it was "done" opening that tab, for example. Other full-screen applications and such would also be incredibly slow to open but as soon as that particular thing was done, the computer would work perfectly again. For example, I play a lot of Counter-Strike with my friends. It used to take 5-10 seconds to load a map, though recently it started taking around 2 minutes to load into a server and I couldn't do anything else in the meantime, like tabbing out and watching a YouTube video, or open the Steam overlay and chat with someone. As soon as it was done though, it was back at 200 fps and working perfectly.
So, I decided to format all my hard drives and make a clean install of Windows 7. Now everything works absolutely perfectly, apart from one thing - every now and then, between every 30 seconds up to 3 minutes apart my computer will stutter and almost freeze up, just for a couple of seconds.
The problems started appearing after electricity went down, killing my PC when I was watching the Hungarian Grand Prix the weekend before last one, so I'm thinking it most probably has something to do with that.
So far I've run AVG's PC TuneUp utility as well as CCleaner, both of which hasn't helped the slightest. I have the latest graphics drivers for my videocard (HD 5870) and I've made sure Windows Update have installed the first essential security updates and what not.
Also, using AVG's Antivirus built-in clean-up utility-thingy (not AVG PC TuneUp) it said I have like 15000 junk files, which is weird as hell since I formatted all my drives. It also forces me to download AVG PC TuneUp and won't let me use AVG Internet Security's cleaning tool, if that makes any sense.
Anyone know of something else I can try software-wise, or does it sound like it's 100% some sort of hardware-failure? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. :)