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I am confused

Discussion in 'Specific Hardware Issues' started by Mohamed Mansouri, Oct 24, 2019.

  1. Mohamed Mansouri

    Mohamed Mansouri

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    i have a intel e5600 3.1ghz and a r9 270 and a 1tb hdd with barely anything in it, like i’ve used around 100gb of the hdd and my pc is severely slow, and normally low end games would run on my pc but no game does, it runs at like 5-10 fps and when i move my mouse it goes down to 1fps. my pc keeps shutting off when i do two things at once like watch youtube while downloading something. i’ve tried to clean wipe the hdd with the windows 10 tool helper thing but it keeps shutting off. but it’s not stuck in a boot loop because if i turn it on and not use it it will stay on. would a new hdd fix my issues? would getting a new hard drive make my pc run games?
     
  2. Tony D

    Tony D Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Hello and welcome. Shutting down can be caused by heat or a failing/inadequate power supply.

    How does the computer work when booted in Safe Mode?
     
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  3. Mohamed Mansouri

    Mohamed Mansouri

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    it’s okay but what am i supposed to do once i’m in safe mode?
     
  4. Tony D

    Tony D Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    Just see how it's working in Safe Mode. If you don't see any issues while in Safe Mode, then the problem is some software or driver you have installed.

    Problem is many things will not work in Safe Mode.
     

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