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Windows 7: View reliability history: What to look for

15 Aug 2014   #1
arjfca

windows 7 Pro x64
 
 
View reliability history: What to look for

Hello

I got another running but problem still unresolved. So I may brake a rule if so pleas delete this post. This is a great community and I don't want to brake any rules.

BSOD while downloading chart data

Trough Google, I found this tool: View reliability history

Attach is a snap picture.

It look to have so many error. Can I pinpoint a source for all of them?
Is it hardware, software, both ????

My un-experience bring me to suspect my SSD drive. But not sure how to test it

Any help really appreciated

Martin




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15 Aug 2014   #2
ignatzatsonic

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

The red X is for an application or Windows error. You can get details by poking the X with your mouse. Maybe applications crashing or Windows not shutting down properly.

Doesn't look too bad to me. I've seen worse. It will vary over time.

Not likely to be your SSD.

What does it look like when you view by week instead of days? Is it much worse in the last week than it has been over the last 3 or 4 months?
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15 Aug 2014   #3
arjfca

windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

Thanks you Ignatzstsonic for your input

I seem to have different kind of problem. Many error seem to be around volume and drive errors.

A drive H: partitioned on the SSD and mentioned to be used by the system, as been filled completely. Can't see what it is use for. I suppose it is to handle bad sectors

I did a memory test before and no fault found

Any suggestion on test to do to pinpoint error or problem

For sure, I don't wan't to spend ,money on a new drive to found out that the problem is persisting.

Martin


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15 Aug 2014   #4
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

This tutorial should be helpful.

By Brink:
Reliability Monitor
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15 Aug 2014   #5
NoN

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

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by arjfca View Post
Thanks you Ignatzstsonic for your input

I seem to have different kind of problem. Many error seem to be around volume and drive errors.

A drive H: partitioned on the SSD and mentioned to be used by the system, as been filled completely. Can't see what it is use for. I suppose it is to handle bad sectors

I did a memory test before and no fault found

Any suggestion on test to do to pinpoint error or problem

For sure, I don't wan't to spend ,money on a new drive to found out that the problem is persisting.

Martin
Looks there's a problem with your System Reserved partition...It should be at least 100Mb as it is the System files in it to be accessible by pressing F8 at boot.

Are you able to open the Advanced Boot Options ?

You can try first to:
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

and then:
Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times


There's is also the option to delete it then recreate the Boot Loader/BCD by Startup Repair:

System Reserved Partition - Delete


Or do Repair Install :
How to Do a Repair Install to Fix Windows 7
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15 Aug 2014   #6
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

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16 Aug 2014   #7
arjfca

windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

Quote:
Looks there's a problem with your System Reserved partition...It should be at least 100Mb as it is the System files in it to be accessible by pressing F8 at boot.
Thank you Non for your help.

I'm so "green" in the field....

Is drive H: is the reserved partition?
If so, how do I increased it size?

Scannow done with no flaw, now, will do the repair Windows 3 times

Martin
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16 Aug 2014   #8
ignatzatsonic

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

System Reserved partitions normally should not have a drive letter.

A picture of Windows Disk Management might help.

If need be, System Restore can be enlarged, most likely with Partition Wizard.
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16 Aug 2014   #9
arjfca

windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
System Reserved partitions normally should not have a drive letter.

A picture of Windows Disk Management might help.

If need be, System Restore can be enlarged, most likely with Partition Wizard.
Hello ignatzatsonic

Attached, a picture of the disc Management. Hope it is what you asked

Disk 0 is a hard disk use for data
Disk 1 is the SSD with Windows and divers program application

Martin


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16 Aug 2014   #10
ignatzatsonic

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

I don't parley vous, but it looks to me like you have your boot files on the F partition on Disk 0. Boot files should normally be on the same drive as the C partition.

Windows is on disk 1, C partition.

You have 2 system reserved partitions. You need only 1, at most.

System Reserved should not have a drive letter.

I think you need to copy your boot files from F to H. And then delete F. I assume disk 0 is purely for data. But H is quite small and should probably be enlarged.

Or you could simply copy your boot files to C and then delete both "system reserved" partitions. You need the boot files, but they can be on C or on system reserved. I don't use system reserved on my own PC.

I have no idea if these issues are related to your reliability history issues.

And you probably want to make the C partition show as being part of "disk 0" rather than "disk 1". You'd do that by swapping cables at the motherboard. This isn't critical.

Let others comment. You've got quite a mess and I have a language barrier to some extent.
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