Question Fix my computer

Sep 30, 2020
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Hello, I tell you my problem, sorry for the bad English. I finished playing with a friend and turned off the computer, the next day I turned it on and it was VERY slow, too, out of nowhere. I tried clearing the battery controller in device manager and it doesn't fix it. I formatted the computer and it did not solve it, I don't know what to do, I need help, the It was going well.
I5 inside
8gb de ram
I5 Integrated gpu
Dell vostro

OsaX Nymloth

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Could be number of issues, try the simplest one for now: download DriveInfo and check S.M.A.R.T. tab for your drive. If anything in there is in red, your HDD/SDD is failing.

Next step would be launching system in safe mode and seeing if "slowness" is there as well. If no, then some app must be running in the background causing issues. You can monitor a lot of things using Window's task manager. Do you have 100% CPU/GPU/HDD usage all the time?

Next step would be more advanced like running memtest 86 for a whole night or at least couple of hours.


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