Windows 7 is hanging from last week...!!!!

February 6, 2011 at 08:02:37
Specs: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 2.80 GHz / 2 GMB
My windows 7 is hanging from last week because E drive has bad clusters????

I have installed all my programes on this drive. Earlier when i got the errors in this drive which i can't able to solve so i have uninstalled all the softwares and formated and wiped out the drive using revo uninstaller, also i have done chkdsk before installing programes on it.

Then after i found there is no errors reamining on the drive, so i have again installed all my programes on it as earlier i had, but last week i face this problem again and so i have decided to resolve this problem but this time i haven't uninstalled my softwares and i have done scheduled chkdsk on the drive(E) and i found that it has fixed the errors but after a while again pc started hanging....

Now i came here to get some idea about this problem and to solve it....i need your help...

Hope you understand my problem and can able to find the suitable solution for it...

Also i am giving the link in which you will find the log file of the chkdsk which i have done today morning. http://rapidshare.com/files/4465190...

Thanking You
Sahil...:)


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#1
February 6, 2011 at 08:09:30
Replace the drive. While it might not have physical errors it appears to have a bad controller board.

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#2
February 6, 2011 at 08:28:41
i have uninstalled all the softwares and formated and wiped out the drive using revo uninstaller,

That is a bit confusing to me. Revo just uninstalls programs, has nothing to do with formatting.
How old is the computer in question? Was windows 7 the origional OS?
Also you say 'E' drive?

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#3
February 6, 2011 at 18:28:35
Thank You for reply....

I just wanted to say that i have uninstalled all the software on my E drive with revo and then formatted this drive using format option in properties of the drive, also revo has utility that wipes ou the drive which i have used after format.

I have recently upgraded my motherboard, Hard disk, processor, etc...

I have 4 partition named C,D,E,G...and C drive has capacity of 48.8GB and others have 138GB.

When i have upgraded my pc, the seller has installed windows 7, and i am getting daily updates and all the thing from microsoft which only genuine version can....so i think that my OS is genuine....

Just 6 months done after upgradation....

Thanking You,
Sahil


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#4
February 6, 2011 at 18:39:43
Now todya a one thing came in my mind...

Earlier after upgradation i have done windows memory diagnosis and as the result there are some problems and i came to know that the errors can only detected by my computer manufacturer as per the report of diagnosis.

I am giving the link of report of diagnosis....
http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/...


So i came to the shop from where i have upgraded and displayer the report but he said there might be not any problem, whindows has falsly find this error...also he said if i face any problem he will solve it, i have to just bring my cpu in his shop...

Since i was not facing any problem i didn't take any action....

Now should i go to him about this hangign problem??
Also should i have to tell to replce my Hard Disk??


Thanking You,
Sahil


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#5
February 6, 2011 at 21:41:03
If you are having problems with memory (RAM) then run Memtest86 to test it and be sure. If you have a bad memory stick, it could be causing the system to believe you are having drive problems, but I believe then you would be seeing the problem with other partitions then. As far as the drive is concerned, I would recommend replacing the drive, imaging the good partitions and copying them to the new drive and reinstalling the programs on the E drive partition.

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