I created a post on here a while back stating my HDD had 100% usage practically all of the time (unless i was in safe mode) and i ended up reinstalling Windows 10 in a clean install to see if my problem would go away, but i was wrong and it still kept on happening even after the clean install. I proceeded to stop malwarebytes from running at the start of windows as i heard that causes high disk usage and i believe that is the case, because i checked on my laptop a few days ago while malwarebytes was running and it said 100% again so i've closed it forever now.
But on my PC i got rid of spotify also and i thought the problem had gone, but upon reinstalling windows everything crashed and i had to restart via the power button. So it restarted twice and gave me a blue screen error after it got past the Lenovo loading screen, which lead to the PC trying automatic repair, which then lead to a disk check. After all of that finished the PC restarted and i was greeted with a black screen. Can failed hard disk drives do this? as i've had 3 computers and one laptop and i have never had a hard drive fail on me, but the monitor works fine as it worked with my PS4 and i do not believe my graphics card is broken either as it's showed no signs that it was going to fail. If it is a new HD i'll need, i won't be installing spotify or malwarebytes on it again lol.
Thanks in advance if you have any idea what the issue could be.