My desktop computer had no issues until the other day. The moment I tried to do anything on it, every program/command/etc. was lagged and slow, freezing and unresponsive. The computer does work, but something that should take a couple seconds (like opening up the program files window for instance) is taking up to a few minutes. It feels like it's being hung up, because if I try to multitask at all, it freezes up and then 5 minutes later, it all finally 'goes through' to do the commands I prompted earlier.
I've done the whole nine yards on troubleshooting, and everything has come back clean or hasn't helped. I've run virus scans, malewarebytes, marked c: drive as dirty so it would do a full scan/repair. I've looked at the event viewer and don't see any errors. My last ditch effort was to clean install windows 10 in case it was a corrupt system file, but that still didn't help.
I'm not a pro in the computer fix category, but the only thing I can think of at this point is replacing my main hard drive. I figured I'd ask here before I did.
When my computer boots up, my first hard drive has "error occurred 0,1" in red as the type/status, while the other ones says "member disk 0,1" in green. That's the only reason I'm thinking it's a hard drive issue.
Intel Core i7 2600K
Motherboard: MSI P67A-GD65
3 WD10EALS 1TB hard drives
Edited by lunloo, 14 February 2017 - 11:14 AM.