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Win7 lag > crash > unable reformat via usb > i/o error n' dskchk info


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#1 Duke8719

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 04:09 PM

Well  pc specs:

Year of Creation: Early 2016

CPU: FX 6300 BE

Mobo: Gigabyte 970A-UD3p

GPU: EVGA Geforce gtx 750ti (gpu boost 20)

PSU: Cooler Master 550w model #: rs-550-pcar-n1

HDD: Seagate 1TB Sata

Ram: ballistix sport fh115hp.9q  (Two Sticks in proper pairing slots in mobo)

CPU Cooler: cooler master hyper 212 evo

 

 

End of 2016: (Didn't have the time due to work to diagnose myself)

Commercial(Not a college kid at home) PC shop ended up replacing the mobo/cpu 350$

 

Few days ago started noticing hard lag in the pc operations via win operations/complex graphic games. Ex: Unresponse mouse(Multiple clicks for response) - Dragging open folders on desktop would lag across - 3d games would appear to have fps (solid .5-1 sec lag) - speedfan reported temps at 32-40c thruout however it would spike hard up to full cpu usage and raise the temps crazy to 60c idling - speedfan reported fan speeds of 1200-1900 across the box (All these things did occur)

 

So in my natural state of mind when this occurs is spyware/defrag/disk cleanup/clogged fans(making pc hot). Malwarebytes detected multiple entries and quarantined. Defrag came up 0%. Disk cleanup came up with 250ishmb. Case fans/GPU/CPU Heatsink Fan/Ram removed/cleaned of any dust. Restarted pc and still same thing occuring with lag/temps/speeds/unresponse mouse clicks.

 

Restarted pc once again to find out it hangs up on the Black Windows Glowing Icon only to move to a black screen with a cursor.(Ctrl+alt+delete/shiftx5 does not work)

 

Restarted pc again to attempt to run in SafeMode/Repair Your Computer but to only see it would display a black screen.(Later on I found out if i left it stuff would happen during repair your computer as i describe below)

 

Restarted pc to attempt to do a CD Win7 x64 HE reinstall/reformat only to find out CD Drive is having issues it seems such as door refusing to open so manually having to open with a pin in the front(Asus Drive). So I have a 16gig SanDisk and downloaded the win 7 64x HE from Microsoft.

 

Programs I attempted to copy .iso file to SanDisk after a reformat of both in NTFS and FAT32 of the SanDisk 16gig:

-UltraISO

-Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool

 

All attempts to change boot order in bios were semi successful. Meaning when i would either choose boot by UEFI or non UEFI SanDisk or let it just start up and boot into sandisk via bios boot order it would hit a black screen with a blinking cursor. Sandisk has an activity light which was solid unlike when its not getting used/written to etc.... as it will slowly glow brighter then dimmer.

 

After getting frustrated I decided to just wait the black screens out for approx 30mins per scenario attempt either ntfs or fat32 formated drive/.iso program writer(s) I had one more black screen scenario to wait out which was the Repair your computer. Restarted pc to attempt last scenario all went fine thru the boot menu > black sreen with green loading bar in center then to a black screen > then i played the waiting game. Every 30mins I recieved the next screen in this order black screen > black screen with mouse cursor > windows repair your computer background image > windows repair your computer background image w/ cursor > windows repair your computer with country selection > windows repair your computer reimage your computer > windows repair your computer dialog screen with the 5 selections with the last selection being command prompt.

 

I have not tried the the 4th selection in windows repair your computer due to the pc restart requirement just yet. Waited long enough to get here so i mind as well do the cmd prompt first. I found a guide among youtube called "Windows 7 & 8 - Black Screen With Cursor at Start-up FIX By:R3DLIN3S"

 

Next post I make will outline currently as I type this what is happening in command prompt if I can type out all out before it progress's which I prob will be able to seeing how slow it is running.

 

 

 

 



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Posted 24 March 2017 - 04:34 PM

CMD Prompt Executions and Readings: (ALL INFO previously on HDD does not matter)

 

1st action:

X:\windows\sytem32\dir c:

The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error.

 

 

2nd action:

X:\windows\system32\chkdsk c: /r /f

The type of the file system is NTFS.

 

CHKDSK is verifying files (stage 1 of 5)...

 0 percent complte. (0 of 263600 file records processed)

Deleting corrupt attribute record (128. "")

from file record segment 14690.

 2 percent complete. (52736 of 263600 file records processed)

Deleting corrupt attribute record (128. "")

from file record segment 63029.

 3 percent complete. (79104 of 263600 file records processed)

Deleting corrupt attribute record (128. "")

from file record segment 93758.

 4 percent complete. (105472 of 263600 file records processed)

Deleting corrupt attribute record (128, $J)

from file record segment 100783.

 363680 file records processed.

File verification completed.

Deleting orphan file record segment 14524.

 222 large file records processed.

 0 bad file records processed.

 0 EA records processed.

 60 reparse records processed.

CHKDSKis verifying indexes (stage 2 of 5)...

10 percent complete.(109220 of 360252 index entries processed)

Deleting index entry 0000000000005BB in index $130 of file 30.

10 percent complete.(263738 of 360252 index entries processed)

Deleting index entry snapshot.etl in index $130 of file 627.

10 percent complete.(266128 of 360252 index entries processed)

Correcting error in index $130 for file 14510.

Correcting error in index $130 for file 14510.

Sorting index $130 in file 14510.

Correcting error in index $130 for file 14531.

Correcting error in index $130 for file 14531.

Sorting index $130 in file 14531.

10 percent complete.(267912 of 360252 index entries processed)

Deleting index entry lastalive1.dat in index $130 of file 41861.

Deleting index entry LASTAL~2.DAT in index $130 of file 41861.

10 percent complete.(268532 of 360252 index entries processed)

Deleting index entry EtwRTDiagtrack-Listener.etl in index $130 of file 42833.

Deleting index entry ETWRTD~2.ETL in index $130 of file 42833.

10 percent complete.(311391 of 360252 index entries processed)

Deleting index entry lastalive1.dat in index $130 of file 201419.

 360252 index entries processed.

Index verification completed.

CHKDSK is scanning unindexed files for reconnect to their original directory.

Recovering orphaned file {27455~1 (174) into directory file 43046.

Recovering orphaned file {274556b9-3514-44bi-8d78-2129ccaffabd} {174} into directory file 43046.

Recovering orphaned file {28876~1 (627) into directory file 43046.

Recovering orphaned file {2887603f-2365-4897-9906-66c9a9651e8b} {627} into directory file 43046.

Recovering orphaned file WMIAPR~1.INI (12598) into directory file 201419.

Recovering orphaned file WmiApRp1_new.ini (12598) into directory file 201419.

10 percent complete. (5 of 12 unindexed files scanned)

Recovering orphaned file clean.mbdb (14472) into directory file 12827.

Recovering orphaned file CLEAN~1.MBD (14472) into directory file 12827.

Recovering orphaned file tmp.edb (14498) into directory file 39762.

Recovering orphaned file VSGTHR~1 (14499) into directory file 53.

Recovering orphaned file usgthrsvc (14499) into directory file 53.

Recovering orphaned file 7C-1E-~1.PNG (14501) into directory file 114793.

Recovering orphaned file 7C-1E-52-E1-98-0B.png (14501) into directory file 114793.

10 percent complete. (9 of 12 unindexed files scanned)

Recovering orphaned file prot.mbdb (14512) into directory file 14531.

Recovering orphaned file PROT~1.MBD (14512) into directory file 14531.

Recovering orphaned file YRPAID~1.PNG (14525) into directory file 114793.

Recovering orphaned file YrPAIDlAEg1kjtDIRwOF27nU52h0zYDiTj3qIZSu21g.png (14525) into directory file 114793.

Recovering orphaned file staging (14530) into directory file 14510.

 12 unindexed files scanned.

Recovering orphaned file tmp.edb (14532) into directory file 63702.

CHKDSK is recovering remaining unindexed files.

 1 unindexed files recovered.

CHKDSK is verifying security descriptors (stage 3 of 5)...

 263680 file SDs/SIDs processed.

Security descriptor verification completed.

Inserting data attribute into file 14690.

10 percent complete. (1 of 48290 data files processed)

Inserting data attribute into file 63029.

Inserting data attribute into file 93758.

 48290 data files processed.

CHKDSK is verifying Usn Journal...

Creating Usn Journal $J data stream

Usn Journal verification completed.

CHKDSK is verifying file data (stage 4 of 5)

10 percent complete. (161992 of 263664 files processed)

 

 

 

 

Finished current log info I have available to provide.

 

When I started typing this entire post it was on the last command line I have current listed at approx 40000 of 263664. Over the past 2 hours it has only climbed 120000. It has not moved from 161992 in the past 45mins.


Edited by Duke8719, 24 March 2017 - 05:47 PM.


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Posted 24 March 2017 - 05:47 PM

Up to date info above as of 5:47pm Central

 

 

 

Should I leave it and see if it progress's? Or should I close the cmd and choose to test the memory which will require the very time intense start up process.


Edited by Duke8719, 24 March 2017 - 05:49 PM.


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Posted 24 March 2017 - 05:59 PM

And I just thought of something after reading a few posts on hangs. Something that might help. Trying to give anyone that has advice this a headstart on what i've tested and results. Recent change in computer setup: Moniter(New one took a bleep so we hooked up an older flat screen with one of the old blue video cord end which I had to use and adapter to go to the longer skinner white video hook up on the gtx.



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Posted 24 March 2017 - 06:05 PM

Sorry last post i make for a few hehe or atleast till someone asks me something etc.... I keep thinking of things. When I finally got to the Repair Your Computer and I got to the re-image your computer after the country selection screen. There was no windows being listed in the box. When I tried to load drivers I was able to access the pen drive but not my C: HDD. The program would hang for a few seconds when i tried that and then would let me cancel out of that. Tried it multiple times only to result in the same thing.



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Posted 24 March 2017 - 06:37 PM

Decided to close the cmd. And attempt to run memory diagnostic since im seeing that everywhere and I got this as shown in the picture. So I started up cmd and ran the same command and now we ran pretty smooth thru 1-3 out of 5 but back on stage 4 slowly creaping. Stage 1-3 ran alot quicker then the first time running them by 4x atleast.

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 06:51 PM

Decided to stop the operation and just try one of the single functions and this ran off in approx 5mins

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 06:52 PM

Now i've attempted to run just the /r function this time. And this is what has ran off in approx 10mins currently unlike the very first time running /f /r together which took 2-3hrs to get to stage 4 as outline above in 2nd post.

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 07:12 PM

I feel alone and scared  :unsure: lol


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Posted 24 March 2017 - 08:03 PM

We are currently at 190000 out of 260000.



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Posted 24 March 2017 - 09:16 PM

Hi, Duke8719, :)

 

When CHKDSK is finished, test your RAM, using MemTest86. Here's a good guide, if you need help. Please run the test for AT LEAST eight passes, or the results will not be accurate.

Also, for good measure, please run SeaTools for Windows... be sure to test ALL the drives, using the Long Generic Test.

 

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 10:19 PM

CHKDSK finished......

 

I ran Diskpart and went thru the entire process thru (Not sure if im able to post other websites, sorry if its against the rules ill soon find out i guess.)

http://www.windowscentral.com/how-clean-and-format-storage-drive-using-diskpart-windows-10 via that guide

 

Restarted the pc with the CD Drive still hooked up and the pen drive still in. Computer went straight from bios screen to press a key to boot from cd/dvd. So i proceeded and to my amusement and great satisfaction it looks like im installing windows again.



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Posted 24 March 2017 - 10:22 PM

Hi, Duke8719, :)

 

When CHKDSK is finished, test your RAM, using MemTest86. Here's a good guide, if you need help. Please run the test for AT LEAST eight passes, or the results will not be accurate.

Also, for good measure, please run SeaTools for Windows... be sure to test ALL the drives, using the Long Generic Test.

 

Regards,

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Im not very famaliar with using usb drives/dvd drives installing/running anything prior to windows starting/desktop besides the installation cd of windows. Would I burn them with the program like windows cd dvd downloader tool or ultraiso and then run them just like I would boot a windows cd to reformat?


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Posted 24 March 2017 - 10:26 PM

MemTest86 should come with its own built-in installer. Here's the download link for creating a bootable CD, and here's the download link for creating a bootable USB drive. After that, just reboot and treat it like a Windows installation CD. Anyway, be sure to run it for at least eight passes. :)
 
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Posted 24 March 2017 - 11:03 PM

Copying windows files - Check

Expanding windows files - Check

Installing features - Check

Installing Updates - Check

Completing installation...

 

After installing Updates pc thru up another screen with a 10 sec pc restart timer. PC restarted. Bios screen booted up then went to a Windows Boot Manager Black screen that said Windows failed to start due to a recent hardware change yada yada yada. File: \Boot\BCD. I pressed enter and pc restarted back to the Windows installation screen of 5 and is sitting at Completing Installation... atm with the progress green bar at the bottom being at approx 80%. I've got this screen before sometime last night when I was trouble shooting stuff if I remember correctly.

 

How do I fix that? Should I stop the completing installation and address this \boot\bcd?






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