broke then fix now barely works

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PCHF Member
PCHF Member
Sep 30, 2021
a couple months ago when i was playing on my pc my crappy mic stand with my heavy mic fell and hit my pc HARD then the whole system froze so i waited for a while then had to unplug and replug after that it worked for like 20-30 min then froze again this happed 2 more times then it gave me the blue screen saying there where problems so i went to bed and the next morning i tried to turn it on but i was stuck in a boot loop (on and off on its own over and over) but this has happened to me before so i dusted and cleaned the ram and reset the bios turned it back on it was fixed but was really slow, glitched a lot, and barely works when i boot most games. can some one plz help me
msi 1050 it gpu
i5 itell core cpu
8 gigs of ram
and a netgear ga-h110m-a


PCHF Administrator
Support Team
Jul 22, 2016
Others may have more to add

Lets start checking the HDD(s) the crash may have damaged them.

to post the results
Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog
Type powershell.exe
Then press Enter.

In PowerShell, copy and paste the command below, and press Enter.
get-winevent -FilterHashTable @{logname="Application"; id="1001"}| ?{$_.providername –match "wininit"} | fl timecreated, message | out-file Desktop\CHKDSKResults.txt

The CHKDSKResults.txt file will be created on your desktop,

COPY and PASTE the contents from the CHKDSKResults.txt file into a post. You can also attach the files.

Go back through the system and make sure that every cable and (data and power) is connected and not loose. Best way to do this is disconnect then reconnect.

You should also do the same with the RAM and GPU.


Forum Regular
Support Team
Oct 8, 2017
Yeppoon, QLD, Australia.
your description sounds like the impact caused a big enough shock to effect the hard drive.

let's get the full PC specs...
get Speccy from here;

in Speccy, click File > Publish Snapshot > Copy to Clipboard > Close.
now you can paste (Ctrl+V) that link into a post.

that will show your drives and the SMART values.
I reckon the incident has buggered your boot drive.
the above CHKDSK will also confirm that.
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