guys, i really need help on this. i hope someone can shed some light on whats causing the issue. anyway, let me start. i own a mini internet cafe with 3 computers which all has the same specs (intel pentium g630, 4gb ram, nvidia gt 630, 500gb wd blue, asus p8h61 mobo, generic psu, etc...). the problem is, one of the computers always hangs. and as i checked resource monitor through task manager, i can see that under the disk category, its showing 100% highest active time always. i know this is the issue, but my question is, what could be causing this problem? ive already switched around the hdds, updated the bios, reinstalled windows three times already, but the same computer is still having the same issue. the highest active time is always at 100% even when you're just browsing the net or even at idle. ive been working on this for weeks now.
100% highest active on windows 7
Posted 22 January 2013 - 09:43 PM
VIDEO>NVIDIA GTX-1070-SSD>VERTEX 3 120 GB-HD>WD 2TB- G500 MOUSE
CASE>ROSEWILL CHALLENGER W/4 120MM FANS-PSU> 750WATT-MONITOR>24 INCH BENQ
Posted 23 January 2013 - 02:43 PM
Could be a virus...
[CPU]Intel Xeon W3670 (i7-970) @3.20Ghz---[CPU Cooling]Thermalright Silver Arrow---[MOBO]ASUS Rampage Gene III---[RAM]G-Skill Rip Jaws (24GB)(6x4GB)---[GPU]ASUS GTX 780 OC---[PSU]KingWin Lazar LZ-1000---[CASE]Bitfenix Colossus Venom Edition---[HDDs]WD Dives(6.5TB total storage) and Samsung 250GB SSD(boot)---[Monitors] 3X NEC 24" LCD2490WUXi ISP Panels and 1X Seiki 39" 4K monitor
PC Audio System (Speakers) Triad InRoom Silver's --- (DAC) Schiit Modi --- (AMP) Emotiva MiniX-a-100 --- (Headphones) Sennheiser Momentums and Paradigm H15NC --- (Headphone AMP) --- Schitt Magni