1.    05 Dec 2015 #1
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    Windows 10

    Windows 10 Freezing - SSD scans


    I have been getting issues with windows 10 and freezing. Everything would freeze up but my mouse stills moves around.


    I have read a bunch of posts with possible fixes, and done a handful of things to try fix it. My PC froze again last night after all my attempts, and I found 3 more possible fixes to try. The problem is its one of them issues where you have no idea if its fixed.. until it freezes again, so now I am just waiting. The last few things I have tried:


    1 - I was on win10 v10240, I was very close to having windows 10 for 30 days, and still had windows.old to roll back to windows 7. I followed a guide to remove that, and the new windows updates rolled in. I am now on Version 1511 Build 10586.17
    2 - In power options set PCI power link state from Moderate to Off
    3 - In chrome untick Prefetch resources to load pages more quickly


    No idea if they will work but just trying stuff. I have also run a chkdsk first time this happened, didn't seem to be any problem.


    Some other google searches also told people to check their SSD. I have used 3 different programs. Two are saying my OCZ Agility 3 SSD (bought in 2012) is fine, but one is giving some warnings. I was also getting some disk block errors in event viewer.


    SSD Report screenshots in an imgur album: http://imgur.com/a/S2X9Q


    Would someone be able to check over the SSD report screenshots and see what they think. Or may there is a 100% known cause of the freezes that I could have missed.
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  2.    05 Dec 2015 #2
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    Windows 10 Pro x64

    See if there's a repair option in the error one if not, do sfc /scannow for that you will need windows 10 installation media. Download a windows 10 iso and use imgburn to make a bootable cd (or dvd it would be best) or Rufus to make a bootable usb
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  3.    05 Dec 2015 #3
    Join Date : Dec 2015
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    Windows 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josbeph83 View Post
    See if there's a repair option in the error one if not, do sfc /scannow for that you will need windows 10 installation media. Download a windows 10 iso and use imgburn to make a bootable cd (or dvd it would be best) or Rufus to make a bootable usb
    Sadly no repair options :{ and I have already run sfc /scannow. I ran it again anyway but all was fine.
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