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    Default Windows 7 Problem.

    I am using Windows 7 32 bit Ultimate. Installed couple of months ago.
    It was normal till yesterday. But from yesterday night it started acting in a weird way.
    Sometime its get stuck in the between welcome screen and login screen for 1 minutes. Sometims screen got black and sometime it get stuck in Please wait screen. If problem doesnt arise in this phase, it happening in login process, same here taking more than 1 minute to login.
    After login pc becomes heavy slow for about 3-4 minutes. On that time its real hard to open any drive or browser. I dont have that much item as startup. So not an startup issue. Tried disabling startup items.
    After that 3-4 minutes problem disappears.
    Is it Software side issue or HDD?
    Tried changing ram slot, HDD slot without GPU ......Only thing remains is reinstalling OS.
    Cant do it right now as DVD drive busted...... So wanna be sure about the problem.....................

    Even it seems internet also got slow on that moment T_T (Not sure about it)

    Here is Crystal disk info report... Giving a caution message

    Is this caused by my hdd ? any fix?

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    Try a complete scan through the hard disk.........!!!

    Defrag the harddisk................!!!

    If still doesn't work, check for bad sector in the HDD, use "Disk Checker Utility" or something like that............!!!


    *** Check if your HDD is getting proper power, try using other Sata Power Cable of your PSU................!!!

    ### Last hope is visiting a technician................!~!



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    Reinstall windows.just a matter of 15minute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    Reinstall windows.just a matter of 15minute
    Dont have DVD drive T_T..
    Is it possible to reinstall windows frm harddrive (Along with the option to fully format my current C drive --- not quick format btw) .. I heard about installing frm USB drive...that seems pretty confusing to me...


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogeta View Post
    Dont have DVD drive T_T..
    Is it possible to reinstall windows frm harddrive (Along with the option to fully format my current C drive --- not quick format btw) .. I heard about installing frm USB drive...that seems pretty confusing to me...
    both is possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogeta View Post
    Dont have DVD drive T_T..
    Is it possible to reinstall windows frm harddrive (Along with the option to fully format my current C drive --- not quick format btw) .. I heard about installing frm USB drive...that seems pretty confusing to me...
    1. Download Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool and install it.

    2. Run the program, browse to your Windows 7 ISO image using the Browse button.

    3. Click on USB device button.

    4. Select your USB flash drive from the drop down box and click on Begin copying button.

    5. The Windows 7 USB/DVD tool will take a few minutes to complete the procedure.

    6. You are done. Reboot you machine and start installing Windows 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    both is possible
    Than can you please tell me how? I dnt wanna go for hassle of install it via usb drive..
    2nd question if i have to ... if install windows from usb drive... usb drive will still b usable write???
    or it become useless??
    I runned chkdsk /r ... fixed a cluster issue.. bt still crystal disk info showing same... c5 error...

    Can any one prefer me another good disk checker utility along with option to repair drive?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogeta View Post
    Than can you please tell me how? I dnt wanna go for hassle of install it via usb drive..
    2nd question if i have to ... if install windows from usb drive... usb drive will still b usable write???
    or it become useless??
    I runned chkdsk /r ... fixed a cluster issue.. bt still crystal disk info showing same... c5 error...

    Can any one prefer me another good disk checker utility along with option to repair drive?
    It's no hassle at all, in fact it's easier. You can do what Arif bhai wrote or if you know how to mount ISOs(I'm sure you can), using Alcohol 120%, Daemon Tools or similar software which makes use of a virtual DVD interface to mount the Windows 7 disc and copy all the contents inside the media to a USB drive.

    After you are done, just hook the USB to the PC and make sure the PC is set to boot* from USB device(thumb drive) and it'll start loading Windows 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    It's no hassle at all, in fact it's easier. You can do what Arif bhai wrote or if you know how to mount ISOs(I'm sure you can), using Alcohol 120%, Daemon Tools or similar software which makes use of a virtual DVD interface to mount the Windows 7 disc and copy all the contents inside the media to a USB drive.

    After you are done, just hook the USB to the PC and make sure the PC is set to boot* from USB device(thumb drive) and it'll start loading Windows 7.
    T_T I can use ISO tools. I use poweriso btw...
    Btw I have 4 GB usb drive write now in hand.. will it b enough?
    Most important thing for me is... will it fix my issue? What i realize is.. its HDD issue (may b)
    And using different HDD checking tool i m getting 2-3 issues.. But the one i posted here is common problem.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogeta View Post
    T_T I can use ISO tools. I use poweriso btw...
    Btw I have 4 GB usb drive write now in hand.. will it b enough?
    Most important thing for me is... will it fix my issue? What i realize is.. its HDD issue (may b)
    And using different HDD checking tool i m getting 2-3 issues.. But the one i posted here is common problem.
    Ahh, this makes even more easier. I use PowerISO myself, nifty little app ain't it?

    I don't know if it's a HDD issue, but a reinstall doesn't hurt anyway but your HDD is fine from that report and also you can re-use that USB stick, just delete the contents. If a reinstall doesn't cure your problem, the you can zero fill the HDD but I don't think you'll need to do that. Also download the appropriate chipset drivers AMD/Intel and SATA drivers and use AHCI mode in your BIOS before reinstalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Ahh, this makes even more easier. I use PowerISO myself, nifty little app ain't it?

    I don't know if it's a HDD issue, but a reinstall doesn't hurt anyway but your HDD is fine from that report and also you can re-use that USB stick, just delete the contents. If a reinstall doesn't cure your problem, the you can zero fill the HDD but I don't think you'll need to do that. Also download the appropriate chipset drivers AMD/Intel and SATA drivers and use AHCI mode in your BIOS before reinstalling.

    Are you sure its fine? I mean that current pending sector count isnt a problem? I ll install windows at night i guess... I ve to download windows too... have to call ISP to give me 10x boost for tonight...
    Btw if I make iso of a windows 7 dvd directly from someone else's pc and use it to mount in usb... will work too ryt?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogeta View Post
    Are you sure its fine? I mean that current pending sector count isnt a problem? I ll install windows at night i guess... I ve to download windows too... have to call ISP to give me 10x boost for tonight...
    Btw if I make iso of a windows 7 dvd directly from someone else's pc and use it to mount in usb... will work too ryt?
    No need to worry about that, your drive should take care of it on its own. And yes using another PC to prepare the USB is fine as along as you follow the steps properly.

    Download Windows 7(ISP boost FTW)>Mount using PowerISO into virtual drive>Copy everything inside the virtual drive(mounted) to USB thumb stick(pen drive)>Set AHCI for SATA interface in BIOS>Set boot(1st priority) to USB just as you would've done if it were from a DVD, in that case it would be DVD-ROM/RW and restart your PC saving the settings in BIOS.

    Install Windows 7 with the thumb drive plugged and good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    No need to worry about that, your drive should take care of it on its own. And yes using another PC to prepare the USB is fine as along as you follow the steps properly.

    Download Windows 7(ISP boost FTW)>Mount using PowerISO into virtual drive>Copy everything inside the virtual drive(mounted) to USB thumb stick(pen drive)>Set AHCI for SATA interface in BIOS>Set boot(1st priority) to USB just as you would've done if it were from a DVD, in that case it would be DVD-ROM/RW and restart your PC saving the settings in BIOS.

    Install Windows 7 with the thumb drive plugged and good luck.
    bullet speed e iftar korlam....
    I ve a question... how come u r sure that warning means nothing.. if u give an explanation..it will b helpful for me and everyone else who r viewing the thread... or may b not...
    May b I am too noob that only i dnt knw the meaning of the error... everyone else knw about it....


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogeta View Post
    bullet speed e iftar korlam....
    I ve a question... how come u r sure that warning means nothing.. if u give an explanation..it will b helpful for me and everyone else who r viewing the thread... or may b not...
    May b I am too noob that only i dnt knw the meaning of the error... everyone else knw about it....
    What I meant was the warning ain't that serious like a bad sector. That error is specifically caused when a part of the drive is unreadable hence the count. The firmware will automatically remember this the next time it tries initiate a command over that space and if it's still unreadable, it will issue a remap or otherwise if it's readable later on- the count is decreased and if it remains under the thresholds set aside by S.M.A.R.T, you're fine.

    I believe the root cause for your problem is a virus or maybe a simple corrupt file which Windows is constantly seeking.

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    Bro installing frm hdd will cause a big pain later.install it frm usb.win 7 iso is the easiest way.or u might use power iso.and dipanzan bro is r8.ur prblm is for virus or corrupt installetion

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    Pending sectors = certain blocks of the disc have become un read/writeable, if OS files were there, bingo

    I'd decomission it as a OS drive and use it to hold data of no importance, since it'll only get worse now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Pending sectors = certain blocks of the disc have become un read/writeable, if OS files were there, bingo

    I'd decomission it as a OS drive and use it to hold data of no importance, since it'll only get worse now.
    now this is something which is confusing me...
    I guess the issue is in C drive.. Formatting it will solve the problem?


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    It'll mark off those sectors as inactive and temporarily solve it, yes.

    But once this starts, it usually keeps up. As in, you'll see it happen somewhere else in a few months. Just use it for backup or something.

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