Secondary HDD Loads when I open a file located in Primary SSD

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    Secondary HDD Loads when I open a file located in Primary SSD


    Hello guys,

    I have an ADATA SP900 SSD located in C: and a WD BLUE 500GB located in D: and every time I open any software located in C: I hear noise from the secondary HDD, I open task manager and I see disk D: loading, I noticed this issue when browsing Google Chrome with multiple tabs and I did not pay attention until now.

    I don't have any other app like uttorent to use D: disk, I use it only for storage.

    I removed the secondary HDD and now PC loads even faster because it loads only on SSD.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    A wild shot. Turn off Windows Search in services?
    Open a run box, type services.msc, scroll down to Windows Search, double click on it, Stop it then Disable it.
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  3. Samuria's Avatar
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    OPen a cmd prompt type

    set

    post results
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  4. dominic63's Avatar
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    Samuria said:
    OPen a cmd prompt type

    set

    post results
    Ztruker said:
    A wild shot. Turn off Windows Search in services?
    Open a run box, type services.msc, scroll down to Windows Search, double click on it, Stop it then Disable it.
    Thank you guys for helping me out.

    The problem has been solved by itself. Like I said I removed the secondary HDD to see how PC behaves, after I pluged the HDD again it does not load anymore like it used to.

    PC loads fast again, I feel happy
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