My PC is struggling to run with virtual memory

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Yakawi 王羊

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Feb 11, 2020
Hello people,
I have big issues witgh my pc, i'm gonna make a summary of the situation.
During the past 10 month i bought a pc without ssd and i my pc was freezing when i was playing some games like csgo or gta 5, i looked to my task manager on my second screen when i was playing and i saw that my hard disk was at 100% soo i decided to bought an ssd but that doesn't seems to be the right fix because i've setup correctly windows on the ssd but i'm still having my hard disk freezing at 100% so i looked at many ways to fix this problems soo i disabled the indexing program for my both disk and i've tried to turn off the virtual ram but it seems not working soo i don't know how to fix this problem so i'm asking your help.


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Oct 8, 2017
Yeppoon, QLD, Australia.
some background info...

you now have a SSD with the OS installed and still the hard drive too?
did you fresh install Windows on the SSD?

as to tweak services to reduce I/O on the SSD, a good free utility is SSD Fresh from here;

also most SSD manufsactures provide software for tweaking their own SSD's - Samsung for example do Samsung Magician.
also check the SSD has it's latest firmware.


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Sep 9, 2016
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