I've been having some problems with my computer recently. What happens is that my Windows 10 (build 1607) computer slows down to a crawl, eventually becoming completely unusable. At that point only a hard reset helps. There are no error messages and no BSODs. The computer just stops working.
I personally think it's related to the Windows Anniversary update, but I can't revert to the previous build now. I was running out of harddrive space on my Windows drive and the only thing I could remove was the previous build. At that time I wasn't having any problems, so I figured it was safe.
I've tried disabling some services as suggested by some websites (namely superfetch and windows search), but that hasn't helped. I've done a virus scan with Avira and MBAM and both of them didn't find anything. I figured it might've been related to the new AMD ReLive drivers, but uninstalling them and running on basic Windows drivers didn't make the problem go away.
I have since run RKill, which produced an enormous logfile with a lot of entries referring to "ZEROACCESS Reparse Point/Junction found". I'm not sure if this is at all related to the problem I described before, but either way this sounds problematic.
What can and should I do?
EDIT: Oh, right. I also ran a chkdsk on all my disks, but they returned no errors.
Edited by JJMononoetoe, 29 December 2016 - 11:39 PM.