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Disk Usage Situation

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#1 circe801


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Posted 04 October 2017 - 02:13 PM

Mod Edit:  Split from https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/659239/100-disk-usage-at-10mbs - Hamluis.


having similar problem.  just did a reset, but that did not resolve the issue.  i have very few startup items and have foregone my usual TM antivirus (which seemed like a resource hog) and am trying the windows defender route.  i have disabled superfetch but not search as i use it quite a bit.

in addition, boot is extremely slow and login takes at least a minute to allow me to enter my pin.

i have scanned with malwarebytes, spybot, defender, superantispyware and adwcleaner.  all come up clean.

s.m.a.r.t passes all categories, as do both the short and long tests.

i use ccleaner regularly so there's not a bunch of 'crap' on my computer.

i thought the reset would help, but it hasn't improved a thing.  in addition, the first time i use windows search, only the first letter types in--the rest i usually have to wait a minute before it will receive the rest of the search request. 

i am baffled.  thank you for any assistance and/or insight here.



Edited by hamluis, 04 October 2017 - 02:25 PM.

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