Hardrive Locking Up
Varick, #5 2014/07/05 Varick Active Member Thread Starter Joined: 2014/07/04 Messages: 13 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 Location: New Jersey Computer Experience: Beginner Forgive me Mr. Repairing a locked up hard drive that prevents a computer from functioning is an important aspect of computer maintenance and repair. You removed the fans (I hope you placed them back ); but did you clean the fans while they were out? Related Resources solved Hard drive error and freezing solved Hard drive error and freezing solved Is my hard drive failing? http://inc1.net/hard-drive/harddrive-locking-up-computer.html
I really hate XP. Quote: Originally Posted by elecjester @ R3: Ya I wanted to see if I could keep it stable for 3 days (basically monday or so) and if so, I'll come back If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event. I was sure it was the graphics card for a while because of other things. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1656174/hard-drive-error-freezing.html
External Hard Drive Causing Computer To Freeze
Bill (AFE7Ret) Freedom Is Not Free! 2007 - 2017 Heat is the bane of all electronics! While I'm downloading and installing various drivers, Win 7 will randomly freeze and I have to hit the power button for a hard reset. This may require the use of an adapter cable.
Disappearing Files One of the most concerning symptoms of a failing hard drive is the loss of data. If it does work on another computer, I would quickly backup any files on the external drive. Either way, I am hoping to find a solution to this. Seagate External Hard Drive Freezes My Computer xHALORDxApr 19, 2013, 1:48 PM Ok ill try that cheers also HS picture?
solved Computer Hard Freezing, Think It Is Hard Drive Problem, Can't Seem To Fix It. External Hard Drive Freezes Windows Explorer Basically you are panicking your SATA controller, which is a super-important system device, which in turn panics Windows. Ah ha. So I reset.
Computer Freezes When Accessing Hard Drive
when in win8/8.1 it not really locked, it just need you to boot on safe mode after change to ahci in bios that all you need to do. And you see things like dried out silicone creme (always be careful with that stuff, it is dangerous for humans)! External Hard Drive Causing Computer To Freeze Quick Links HelpWithWindows.com RoseCitySoftware.com Recommended Links Menu Log in or Sign up Search Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. External Hard Drive Keeps Freezing Spock's wardrobe malfunction Why would Dumbledore say "After all this time?" to Snape?
I had to re-install windows without the card installed then grab windows update, then do a clean uninstall of the ATI drivers from the update. this contact form Damnit. One person suggested changing the burning speed which I did, but to no avail. It came back this morning with a vengeance. Secondary Hard Drive Freezing Computer
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed and if it turns out it was the creme all along I will simply laugh because it's always something simple in the end (well usually). @auntiej: Ya I never did like Can Bus Licensing Output numbers up to 2^n-1, "sorted" Lecturer with anxiety. have a peek here Tips & Warnings Backup your data continuously.
Learn More. Computer Freezes Hard Drive Light Stays On So I did some troubleshooting and performed some things: 1. Reply Donncha says: January 7, 2014 at 12:47 pm Glad I could help Melibellule!
i suspect its the Nividia drivers and will consider rolling back the drivers since i nva had this problem for a year and it must have gotten to do with the
and finally you can switch back and forth your sata mode without to reinstall os. If your computer is regularly maintained, then these slow speeds may be a warning sign of hard drive failure. I didn't update Win 7 before installing the graphics drivers. Wd Test MrBill, #4 2014/07/05 Varick Active Member Thread Starter Joined: 2014/07/04 Messages: 13 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 Location: New Jersey Computer Experience: Beginner What would I plug the HD into
I am fairly computer savvy but even I learned a fair bit with this particular issue. solved Is my hard drive failing? I wonder if that sensor was close enough to the CPU to read its real temperature, another option is that the sensor might be malfunctioning Quote: Originally Posted by elecjester Never Check This Out But I can check it out, see if its anywhere in there.
Please have patience with me if I ask, what to most would be an obvious question. Yesterday & Today, after much troubleshooting thinking my entire computer was crashing, I realized that as long as I don't plug this hard drive in (via USB port), everything is fine I'll have to mess with the drives once I get home. But freezing started again…I will downgrade Nvidia driver, turn off AHCI and check.
Oftentimes, the computer freezes when trying to access a file stored on a damaged or corrupted area on your hard drive. Thanks in advance. 09-14-2007, 12:21 PM #7 elecjester Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2007 Posts: 15 OS: Win 7 x64 (Looked for a edit button ... I hope this has resolved the issue for you but I'll keep monitoring cos I'm now intrigued. 09-15-2007, 07:59 AM #14 elecjester Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2007 However this would not satisfy users who understandably want to recover as much data as possible. –jrrk Aug 10 '15 at 16:13 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft
Clicking noises, scraping and popping are signs that the mechanical arm that reads the head of your hard drive is malfunctioning and may strike the hard drive itself, scratching and permanently Where do I find this building in Tbilisi, Georgia? So since I had my main hard drive that I installed Windows on, it may have installed the boot loader on the other hard drive? I think what MrBill was implying was removing the drive from the external enclosure and installing it as a secondary drive (NOT boot) in the computer, by-passing the external enclosure.
Is this Hard drive toast? Anywho, cheers all I will keep you posted =) 09-15-2007, 10:22 AM #15 RichardIII Guest Posts: n/a OS: Quote: Originally Posted by elecjester Well I have a pretty You are viewing our forum as a guest. A more sure way to check then would be to remove your good main drive and see if the computer gets past BIOS with what should be an unbootable drive in
silverliquicity said: If you have a lot on the drive i wouldnt worry about this, but formatting the drive completly (Right click my computer and go to manage, go to "disk Since the SATA bus can be tied up by the wait for the read to finish, it might not be possible for the OS to signal a storage-level command abort, and When it finished, pc restarted and everything worked fine. Finally I installed the Intel rapid device driver which upgraded the sata hdd drivers and that worked.
But the problem ocurs in AHCI and in IDE mode. It is not the OS drive; it is attached to another SATA port, and I'm trying to copy files from it to another healthy drive.