Random freeze of OS - SSD ?

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  1. Posts : 5
    8.1 + 10
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    Random freeze of OS - SSD ?


    Hello,

    I've recently build a new PC, but I'm having some issues.
    All components are new besides my SSD/HDD/GPU/DVD.
    I've updated all drivers + BIOS.
    My PC randomly freezes for like a minute, and then continues.
    I've stress-tested my RAM, SSD etc.. but nothing appears to be "broken".
    I did notice that when I'm booting from my SSD, this occurs regulary.
    I also noticed that when I'm booting from my SSD, Windows showed a "Repairing Drive" message.
    When booting from my HDD, no freezing occured so far..
    I'm pretty sure its the SSD, just confused as no actual errors are found by any tests.
    According to CrystalDiskInfo + SSDLife, my SSD is 100% in fine shape
    THIS ISSUE HAPPENED BOTH ON 8.1 AND 10 ON SSD

    I've attached some OCCT log files aswell.
    Random freeze of OS - SSD ? Attached Files
    Last edited by nigelh92; 14 Aug 2015 at 10:00.
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  2. Posts : 5
    8.1 + 10
    Thread Starter
       #2

    any1 ?
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  3. Posts : 3
    win 10
       #3

    nigelh92 said:
    Hello,

    I've recently build a new PC, but I'm having some issues.
    All components are new besides my SSD/HDD/GPU/DVD.
    I've updated all drivers + BIOS.
    My PC randomly freezes for like a minute, and then continues.
    I've stress-tested my RAM, SSD etc.. but nothing appears to be "broken".
    I did notice that when I'm booting from my SSD, this occurs regulary.
    I also noticed that when I'm booting from my SSD, Windows showed a "Repairing Drive" message.
    When booting from my HDD, no freezing occured so far..
    I'm pretty sure its the SSD, just confused as no actual errors are found by any tests.
    According to CrystalDiskInfo + SSDLife, my SSD is 100% in fine shape
    THIS ISSUE HAPPENED BOTH ON 8.1 AND 10 ON SSD

    I've attached some OCCT log files aswell.
    Upgraded from win 8.1 pro, and my laptop freezes for a minute also (noticed when opening programs like photoshop, sometimes window explorer, chrome browser). In win 8.1 everything was running fine. But I do not have an ssd installed.
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  4. Posts : 86
    Windows 10 Pro
       #4

    What drive do you have (Make/Model)? Is there a possible firmware update that updates the drive for possible fixes?
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  5. Posts : 3
    win 10
       #5

    GamerwGlasses said:
    What drive do you have (Make/Model)? Is there a possible firmware update that updates the drive for possible fixes?
    Hitachi HTS727575A9E364
    I don't see any firmware updates.
    Also, was working fine in win 8.1.
    btw, it just froze again for a minute while just browsing internet.
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  6. Posts : 561
    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
       #6

    The Hitachi is the SSD drive, or the HDD? I have an old Gateway I just had to run the HDD tool on. I don't know why this would happen with an SSD drive at all. I use a Hybrid drive in my Windows 8 system. Maybe it is just a fluke with the brand or type of device.

    If that drive was in another machine, perhaps there were some partitions left on it from there that is bogging you up? Whenever I use a used drive for a new system, I zero-fill the drive and leave it unformatted before I install the new OS, and then I tell the Windows installer to create new partitions. The only way I see your system not booting is if you had some partitions left on the drive. If it was in a Mac, it would show up as not initialized, and you still would have to zero-fill the drive.
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  7. Posts : 3
    win 10
       #7

    XweAponX said:
    The Hitachi is the SSD drive, or the HDD? I have an old Gateway I just had to run the HDD tool on. I don't know why this would happen with an SSD drive at all. I use a Hybrid drive in my Windows 8 system. Maybe it is just a fluke with the brand or type of device.

    If that drive was in another machine, perhaps there were some partitions left on it from there that is bogging you up? Whenever I use a used drive for a new system, I zero-fill the drive and leave it unformatted before I install the new OS, and then I tell the Windows installer to create new partitions. The only way I see your system not booting is if you had some partitions left on the drive. If it was in a Mac, it would show up as not initialized, and you still would have to zero-fill the drive.
    Not sure if you are replying to me or the OG poster. But the this is the original hdd that came with the laptop (hp pavilion dv6) It had 7 first, then upgraded to 8.1, which worked fine. Then upgraded to 10 and this started happening.
    May try a clean install later.
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  8. Posts : 5
    8.1 + 10
    Thread Starter
       #8

    This is a thread about my problem not yours tube..
    Please create your own thread.. lol
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  9. Posts : 1,261
    Windows 11 (22581.100)
       #9

    nigelh92 said:
    This is a thread about my problem not yours tube..
    Please create your own thread.. lol
    Hi nigelh92,
    I suspect that your V300 is at fault, I would suggest you to invest in a reliable SSD like Crucial, Sandisk or Samsung.
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  10. Posts : 5
    8.1 + 10
    Thread Starter
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    brummyfan said:
    Hi nigelh92,I suspect that your V300 is at fault, I would suggest you to invest in a reliable SSD like Crucial, Sandisk or Samsung.
    Do you think a firmware upgrade of the SSD might resolve the issue ?
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