Windows 10: SSD Bad sectors cause freeze!

Discus and support SSD Bad sectors cause freeze! in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; My fault. 860 Evo, it's a sata SSD! That's better. Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by CountMike, Apr 5, 2018.

  1. CountMike New Member

    SSD Bad sectors cause freeze!


    That's better.
     
    CountMike, Apr 5, 2018
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  2. Bradner Win User

    Hallo guys. These days I realised that my ssd(windows) drive has some bad sectors. I run macrorit disk checker and found some errors, I will leave a log.
    Can anyone tell me if i need to replace my ssd? It's a 6 year old ocz agility 3.
    Any solutions/suggestions are welcome! scan_log.txt

    :)
     
    Bradner, Apr 13, 2018
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  3. Rus T Win User
    Problem with BSOD Hardware Failure on Win 10 (it's not RAM, but message something points to memory corrupt)

    Hi Ralf,

    My HD is an SSD HD, I do not really understand how SSD works.

    I understand that SSD individual NAND flash can worn out after time, but my Intel SW reading saying that it's 100% healthy. I understand the mechanical HD can have bad sectors, but can SSD have bad sectors too?

    Thanks.
     
    Rus T, Apr 13, 2018
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  4. SSD Bad sectors cause freeze!

    All games freeze a lot every few seconds

    Cant determine what causes this, games freeze a lot and for 2-3 secs.

    Checked HDD with HDDScan, found no bad sectors only 2-3% of sectors with slow memory access speed.

    Tried to revert NVIDIA Drivers to previous version, still done zero. And benchmark(3dmark) isnt having this problem

    Doesnt matter if m playing from SSD(my OS on it) or HDD, problem remains.

    I tried to run test with Windows Perfomace Analyzer, but i dont understand it graphs, if anyone can read it please help

    MEGA
     
    ДенисЛещенко, Apr 13, 2018
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  5. jimbo45 Win User
    Hi there

    If it's that old -- the whole SSD technology has improved in that time and devices a lot cheaper so I'd grab the data off it before it becomes 100% defective and get a new one.

    Cheers
    jimbo
     
    jimbo45, Apr 13, 2018
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  6. Cliff S New Member
    Have you run chkdsk <Letter>:r on it?

    Ex: chkdsk C: /r
     
    Cliff S, Apr 13, 2018
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  7. CountMike New Member
    With so many errors, I'm afraid it's toast. Physical bad sectors can't be fixed, get everything you need out of it fast.
     
    CountMike, Apr 13, 2018
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  8. Bradner Win User

    SSD Bad sectors cause freeze!

    Thank you all for your support. Already orderd samsung 960 evo 250 gb in a very good price.
     
    Bradner, Apr 13, 2018
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  9. CountMike New Member
    Samsung 960 evo ? For your MB Gigabyte B75M-D3H ? It doesn't seem to have M.2 slot for it.
     
    CountMike, Apr 13, 2018
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  10. Bradner Win User
    My fault. 860 Evo, it's a sata SSD!
     
    Bradner, Apr 13, 2018
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