I have an interesting problem on my hands, though currently it's just a minor annoyance I have a feeling it's foreshadowing hard drive failure.
To start off tonight, I opened DotA 2, jumped in to a match and about halfway through hero selection, my music started stuttering and slowing down. I generally treat that as a CPU overheating and throttling, but when trying to open CPUID, I received an error saying something like "Bad Data Received."
I quickly restarted, and there was another memory error on restart, I didn't think much of it, maybe a program was trying to access an already taken portion of memory, I dunno. A restart fixed my problems, finished my game of dota on voip with a friend with music running, no stuttering, no issues whatsoever.
Then I opened up Tyranny, and clicked Load, which caused tyranny to hang for about 90 seconds. It should be noted that I am working off of a solid state, so 90 seconds is pretty unheard of.
That threw me off guard, I'm not really good at troubleshooting memory issues. I did the only thing I really know how, check defrag, which shows me this: https://i.imgur.com/zBTxGtC.png - I have no idea what that fourth volume is. I'm hoping it's nothing but it's making me pretty paranoid.
Lastly, some relevant event logs:
.NET run time failure:
Edited by britechguy, 20 September 2017 - 09:55 AM.
Moved to Internal Hardware, not Win10 specific