So i've been using the same laptop for over 5 years now, so this might just because its pretty old now.
Lately its being freezing and acting very slow at a certain point which than forces me to force shutdown.
It originally started to happen only while on chrome, i had some idea that it was an extension (adblock) causing it so i just removed it, however it kept happening still i believed it was chrome related and thus switched to firefox.
One morning i opened my laptop to the ever looping repair screen, i made a windows 10 usb and got into command prompt to use chkdsk and while it did discover a couple of bad clusters (within chrome) it seemed to have fixed the problem. So i go back to using chrome
Fast forward couple of days, computer just starts freezing, so i go looking for solutions
I tried disabling the battery saving option, in power options,
run malware scans, and window defender in hopes of catching something, both come up clean
update all drivers, from printer, audio, display adapter and graphics driver (but i notice nvidia g-force experience isnt working properly so i uninstall it, reinstall and try to update to the latest but the computer hangs without fail trying to do it forcing a shutdown)
disable dynamic ticking thing through cmdpromt (suggested by someone windows forums) didnt work
use event viewer to see what is causing the hang or crashs
Find a bunch of errors relating to cvkdsk some visualisation thing, i disable it and after much fiddling trying to resolve all the errors, i notice that they dont seem to be the cause of the freeze as the timestamps dont lineup correctly.
I've attached the sysnative file zip, however its worth noting while it in the middle of it my computer froze and crashed and the perfmon report.
Windows 10, orginally windows 7 which came with the laptop
Now i have no idea what to do, im even typing this up on another computer because my laptop couldnt make it past the verification step
Manufacturer: ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Processor: Intel® Core(M) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.2GHz
Installed memory (RAM): 8.00 GB (7.78GB usable)
System type: 64-bit Operating system, x64-based processor
Windows edition: Windows 10 home.
Edited by Shock710, 07 July 2016 - 10:16 PM.