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Windows 7: HD crush uttorent problem .

18 May 2011   #1

windows 7 ultimate 32BIt
HD crush uttorent problem .

installed new WD 500Gb SATA
i moved 60GB from local disk to the new with no problem

when i downloaded from uttorent after 20min it crush my drive and i had
to reconnect it again from the motherboard

is it network/anti virus/hard disk problem?

i was thinkg about cache maybe...but im not sure....its really annoying .

i have 2800 AMD proccesor 2 GB ram .Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit +nod32 .

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18 May 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]

You could try to:
Write-Caching - Enable or Disable

If you're wired powered and have an UPS backup it should be fine enough.

And also some Optimization here:
Optimize Windows 7

Reset your client uTorrent to it's default value.

Don't enable (set to "Disable Windows Caching in uTorrent, write & read") in the client, but enable it in windows 7.

Forgot to tell that maybe you should update the controller drivers...S-ATA AHCI if needed.

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18 May 2011   #3

windows 7 ultimate 32BIt

10x- currently not near my pc...ill try it today and update you
thanks man
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