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  1.    29 Jan 2016 #41
    Join Date : Jun 2015
    Posts : 12,968
    Windows 10 Pro

    No problem, it is what most of us try to do daily

    But I would like to know about the USB network adapter I saw in msinfo32, because my experience with them is that they can cause a lot of trouble if they do not meet certain requirements
    • up to date drivers which are compatible with Windows 10,
    • possible software that is up to date and compatible,
    • connected in working USB port

    Was your USB network adapter connected when you reinstalled Windows?
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  2.    29 Jan 2016 #42
    Join Date : Nov 2015
    Posts : 25
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter

    I can't fully remember, but it's certainly possible that it was plugged in during the installation. I made sure to get the latest drivers from the TP-Link website, however it does only say supports up to Windows 8.
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  3.    29 Jan 2016 #43
    Join Date : Jun 2015
    Posts : 12,968
    Windows 10 Pro

    Not a big problem that the drivers are till Windows 8, sometimes older drivers still work proper enough

    USB network adapters are very useful, but many bluescreen analysts will say that you need to remove it for the time of troubleshooting. Usually someone can use it again after troubleshooting as long as the drivers and software are up to date and compatible with installed operating system.

    This is only a warning that you need to prepare yourself for problems, because of the drivers and OS compatibility.
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  4.    29 Jan 2016 #44
    Join Date : Nov 2015
    Posts : 25
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter

    Thanks, I'll keep that in mind if something goes wrong
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  5.    01 Feb 2016 #45
    Join Date : Jan 2016
    Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit (10.0, Build 10586)

    Quote Originally Posted by COMPUTIAC View Post
    If you have any question on how to run either of the test's or you get stuck,
    let us know so someone can advise you how to proceed.
    Hey, i also have this issue and would like your help with how to run these tests please. Must admit am not very knowledgeable with computers but do the basics. Ive also made a thread in relation to this and have followed some peoples advice but unfortunately have not fixed the issue.
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  6.    01 Feb 2016 #46
    Join Date : Jan 2014
    Get Off My Lawn
    Posts : 5,072
    Win10 Pro

    Have you read post's 34-38 in this thread about cleaning the heatsink and fan's ?
    Are you able to do this to start with ?

    What model is your HP computer ?
    Last edited by COMPUTIAC; 01 Feb 2016 at 19:13.
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  7.    02 Feb 2016 #47
    Join Date : Jul 2015
    Posts : 203
    Kernel 4.x.x

    Chkdsk is a filesystem repair tool. A bad sector is physical damage/wear on the platter of the harddrive. You cannot fix a reallocated/bad sector with any software. You can only tell the filesystem to skip that sector (if using linux).

    Formatting the drive will not help unless you can perfectly align your partitions to not fall on the bad sector(s).

    Replace your hard drive as soon as you can. Your error rates and bad sectors indicate an impending failure will occur. How soon is anybody's guess.

    You have a recently failed sector as well. You also have ran out of spare sectors (typically 63 spares in an HDD). From this point forward ny failing sectors can and likely will cause full filesystem corruption.

    Overheating HDDs are the primary cause of failing sectors, followed by physical shock, and normal wear and tear.
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