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    Default Laptop or Windows issue?

    So here I am sitting here with my friends Laptop.... It is just a general purpose thing a packard bell easynote tk87

    P6300 pentium, 4GB DDR3 Win 7 64 HP

    The damn hard drive is always busy and cpu seems to be loaded 30% at idle, realtemp suggests 50 @ 50% load and about 79 @ 100% from switch on into windows signin takes a whopping 16 minutes

    Fan is clean, removed most of the shyte software, de-fragged, ran defender and malwarebytes, had a look see with MSConfig and don't see any odd stuff so starting to run out of ideas....

    Do you think this might be a hardware issue ??? If so where to start ?? Thermal paste? HDD? Mem?
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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    First....you have a working Packard Bell in front of you? Really?

    But, seriously - sounds like the HDD is nearing death (hence the constantly busy, and CPU usage). Find out what it is and run the mfg maintenance software. I had a Lenovo doing exactly the same thing a few months ago, ran Seatools and it came up with the "Dude...this drive is like totally not repairable...." message. Actually managed to get it cloned to a WD (lost a few files and had to reinstall a couple of programs, but all good other than that) and all is well.

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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    I was starting to think along those lines..... and if Working is a quantitative term then yeah....Kinda

    I did notice you can only find parts on ebay


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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    There could be an "Update for Windows" update that seems to help with performance. You'd just have to do a check for updates and install any of them that has the aforementioned title. More than likely though you're facing the HDD issue mentioned before.

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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    LOL, it's actually an ACER. Acer bought the brand in 2008, the P6300 was released in Q1 2011.

    Try Scandisk -f (I think). You could also download and burn UBCD boot from it and do a Scandisk or SMART check from it (I think it's possible to put it on a USB Thumb Drive too).

    So, although it's not a "Real" Packard Bell, it's certainly running like one!

    Good Luck!

    S.

    Edit: Yup, you can run UBCD from a Thumb Drive:
    Making UBCD memory stick

    To create a bootable UBCD memory stick, at the command prompt, type:

    cd \ubcd-extracted\ubcd\tools\win32\ubcd2usb
    ubcd2usb c:\ubcd-extracted x:

    where X: is that drive letter of USB memory stick, which is assumed to be already formatted. If it is not already formatted, or you wish to force it to be formatted, you can add the /f switch at the end:

    ubcd2usb c:\ubcd-extracted x: /f
    Either of the above will create a bootable UBCD memory stick in X:.

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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    Have you check the background task?

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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    Run an SFC scan (open the command prompt and sfc /scannow) that will check the windows system files. If there is a windows file, that will find it and tell you if there are any errors. Also a chkdsk /r scan can tell you if there is any disk issue.

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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    Sounds like a plan....start scan and go to bed...... see how far it got in 8 hours

    Then chkdsk while at work
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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    <sigh> yes, Chkdsk was what I was referring to. Seems my DOS -> Windows -> Win9x -> WinXP -> Win7 -> Linux path and being an OaF as already established...led me down the primrose memory path to "scandisk" instead of chkdsk.

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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    SFC scan failed at 58% after about an hour so ran CHKDSK which started fixing stuff even before I went to bed got up and ran SFC again which completed in about 10 mins and reported fixing "some" things.

    Reboot and now that 16 Mins is down to about 50 seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    SFC scan failed at 58% after about an hour so ran CHKDSK which started fixing stuff even before I went to bed got up and ran SFC again which completed in about 10 mins and reported fixing "some" things.

    Reboot and now that 16 Mins is down to about 50 seconds

    Many thanks to all for the guidance
    Great, glad you solve the problem, just one more thing, pass the Crystal Disk to check the "health" status of the disk (Good or Bad):


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    Excellent news.

    What Smiki said.

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    Yep Pureoverclock pulls through again..... I am sure my friend will be over the moon..... Pretty happy here too.... That this is not MY laptop.

    ....and another thing..... There's no pron on it.... What is the world coming to when the young women of today don't have Pron on their computers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Yep Pureoverclock pulls through again..... I am sure my friend will be over the moon..... Pretty happy here too.... That this is not MY laptop.

    ....and another thing..... There's no pron on it.... What is the world coming to when the young women of today don't have Pron on their computers?
    Pron??? You're trying to be polite, again...
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    Default Re: Laptop or Windows issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Yep Pureoverclock pulls through again..... I am sure my friend will be over the moon..... Pretty happy here too.... That this is not MY laptop.

    ....and another thing..... There's no pron on it.... What is the world coming to when the young women of today don't have Pron on their computers?
    Speaking of pron......

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Glad you fellas where able to point him in the right directions. best team effort ever!
    Do you have any idea how hard it was not to make a Japanese pron joke when Sandy said this? Do you???????

    Being family friendly is very hard on some of us.......

    Anyone not getting the reference isn't watching enough of the stuff.

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