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Any programs to test if computer parts are dying?

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User Info: Disastersaurus

Disastersaurus
2 years ago#11
I don't have a flash drive, though.
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User Info: WerdnAndreW

WerdnAndreW
2 years ago#12
Do you have a black cd and a cd burner? You can burn the iso and boot from that.
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User Info: Disastersaurus

Disastersaurus
2 years ago#13
Nope, don't have any Cds or even a disk drive.
video games are for children

User Info: Lonestar2000

Lonestar2000
2 years ago#14
Hit F8 at start up to get to the built-in Windows memory test.
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User Info: dlf

dlf
2 years ago#15
There was some program (forgot the name) that would monitor your HDD and SSD. Give you the amount of writes and reads (in Terabytes) that had been accrued on a SSD.
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Killah Priest
2 years ago#16
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User Info: elsmitty

elsmitty
2 years ago#17
Disastersaurus posted...
Nope, don't have any Cds or even a disk drive.


go borrow a flash drive then from a friend or family member.
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User Info: arleas

arleas
2 years ago#18
elsmitty posted...
Disastersaurus posted...
Nope, don't have any Cds or even a disk drive.


go borrow a flash drive then from a friend or family member.


Hell, flash drives are cheap now.. Go to walmart and buy a 4 GB flash drive for like $5 or $6.
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User Info: Disastersaurus

Disastersaurus
2 years ago#19
Pando Media Booster was the culprit all along. It was chewing on my internet bandwidth and processor.
video games are for children

User Info: jelly2008

jelly2008
2 years ago#20
Not to be rude or disrespectful or anything, but install only essential software that you absolutely require. More often than not, software like these hinder your computer and bring them to a crawl.
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