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33% Disk Freeze

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Posted 22 February 2015 - 11:42 AM

This has been going on for awhile and I've finally decided to ask about it. Randomly (I can be playing a game, doing nothing, or just browsing the web) my computer will just start to run extremely slow and I can do almost nothing. I've started leaving my task manager open in my other window to see if anything was odd. This is what I found. http://puu.sh/g7WUS/b3f1d1d07a.png
Every time my computer freezes like this its when the disk goes up to 33%. After a minute or two the disk will go back down to 0 and my computer will run perfectly fine. This only happens when the disk drive goes up. I've had my CPU and Memory go above 90% and my computer ran just fine. Also the percent never goes above 33 which is the oddest thing to me. Everything else seems to run perfectly fine and like I said this has been happening for awhile and it does not seem to have any other problems. Any ideas would be appreciated. 

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