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Almost 100% disk usage all the times


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#1 Hijirikawa

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Posted 12 July 2017 - 11:09 PM

Hi, My name is Hijirikawa from Japan. Nice to meet you :)

 

 

I really want to ask is my new lap top infected or not.

 

First  !   This problem never happen before when I use Windows 7 but it happen when I upgrade to windows 10

 

I just bought new laptop 2 weeks ago but it have the problem the disk usage is almost 100 % all the times, even I am not do anyting.

 

And my laptop is very slow and have long respond time I mean when I open the program like MS world it take around 2 min to open it. :(

 

My laptop is Lenovo Legion Y520 8 GB Ram GTX 1060 Ti.  Install with windows 10 64 bits Japanese.

 

I have checked that I have all latest windows update and latest driver version.

 

I have Zemana AntiMalware premium install on my computer I do full scan onmy computer found nothing.

 

 

Here is some of my Task manager screenshot

 

 

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Thanks in advance.

 

Hijirikawa.



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#2 stavros3000

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Posted 17 July 2017 - 08:51 AM

Hi,

 

Here are some good initial to checks to go through to try and rule out the hard disk being faulty:- https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/fix-100-disk-usage-in-task-manager-improve-pc-performance-on-windows-10/



#3 jwoods301

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Posted 17 July 2017 - 06:46 PM

Do not edit the registry without making a backup first.

 

That can be making a disk image, creating a System Restore point, or using a third-party registry backup tool such as Registry Backup by Tweaking.com






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