Question about Maxtor Hard Drive
Did you run Chkdsk utility finds the bad sectors and marks them restricted moves what data it can and restores it.
If this is a fresh install run this chkdsk from dos prompt
[start, run, <open> CMD type in at the prompt chkdsk, follow instructions.after that it will read write to the disk sector at a time and will find any bad sectors by comparing.
After it is finished a report may show and bad sectors
Reboot and see if that helps.
Another thing to investigate is to see what resouces are monopolizing the system
Get into task manager
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
Well you definately tried everything I would have sudgested.
It sounds like the Hard drive is near the end of its life.
If you have only just installed windows, it may be worth getting a new drive, installing your OS on that, you could then use the other drive as extra storage.
I have had a few HD that started to fail. Maybe the format and installation pushed it over the edge. You could always run maxtors drive check tool to see if it can detect a problem.( maxtor is now seagate)
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