Looking through the Speccy I see that your CPU is running at 77C, this is too hot. This could actually be responsible for some of your problem. I would suggest looking inside the case to see if there is a buildup of dust, especially the CPU heat sink and fan assembly. I would also suggest that you check the intake fan on the case to see if the grill in front of the fan is obstructed. You can use a canned duster to blow out the interior of the case.
If this doesn't resolve your issue, follow the instructions below.
Go to GeForce website and use their Auto Detect option to find the latest driver for this computer.
Download it, but do not install it until you have uninstalled the old driver.
The Speccy also shows that the S.M.A.R.T. attributes are indicating a Warning. There is a reallocated sectors count of 9. Please do the following.
When the website opens scroll down till you find the I Accept button and click on it.
If you scroll down below this button you will find instruction for installing this.
Once you install this program you will see an image similar to the one below.
1. SeaTools for Windows will search for hdds on your computer. Please remove any external storage devices connected via USB port.
2. Detected Drives will list the hdd/s found. Place a check mark in the drive you want to run the scan on.
3. You will see Basic Tests above Detected Drives, move the mouse pointer over this.
4. A menu will open with options for different scans, please click on Long Generic Test
5. This will start the scan. When the scan is complete you will see the result under Test Status , please post the results in your topic.
6. When the scan is complete you will see Test results, post the status. If it is green it has passed the scan.
7. Click on Help, then click on View Log File. If the scan failed take a screen shot of the Log File and post it in your topic.
You have two antivirus programs installed. You need to uninstall one of them.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Using more than one anti-virus program is not advisable. Why? The primary concern with doing so is due to Windows resource management and significant conflicts that can arise especially when they are running in real-time protection mode simultaneously. Even if one of them is disabled for use as a stand-alone on demand scanner, it can affect the other and cause conflicts. Anti-virus software components insert themselves deep into the operating systems core where they install kernel mode drivers that load at boot-up regardless of whether real-time protection is enabled or not. Thus, using multiple anti-virus solutions can result in kernel mode conflicts causing system instability, catastrophic crashes, slow performance and waste vital system resources. When actively running in the background while connected to the Internet, each anti-virus may try to update their definition databases at the same time. As the programs compete for resources required to download the necessary files this often can result in sluggish system performance or unresponsive behavior.
Credit for this information goes to quietman7.
Edited by dc3, 24 April 2015 - 08:51 AM.