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27 Jan 2013  

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by x BlueRobot View Post
Could you upload the BSOD, and yes a failing hard-drive can cause problems including BSODs.

Sure, Minidump or screenshot?
(Will have to wait for both as I accidentally cleared everything with CCleaner )

I asked about the hard drive as I had reinstalled Windows7 twice in 3 days.
1st time around the hard drive was working overtime and seemed to be spinning faster than I'd heard it before, images were taking long to load while browsing the web, overall the machine seemed sluggish.

The 2nd time (what's installed now) is better but I still feel the hard drive is playing up a little, although it's less active than the first re installation.

I scanned the hard drive using HDDScan, all came back clear. Will post again if BSOD occurs.

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