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Help 100% disk utilization on windows 10

Discussion in 'Computer Repair Questions' started by That Poppy, Jul 23, 2016.

  1. share ko lang guys napapansin na madalas ang bilis mag init ng laptop ko tsaka ang bilis ng ikot ng fan nung check ko sa task manager nakita ko ung disk usage niya ay nsa 100 % kahit na wala namn ako nakbukas na apps maliban sa chrome. kaya i did some research natuklasan ko ang mga solusyon na pwdeng gawin pag nangyari sainyo ito. madalas pati naagyayari ito sa mga nag upgrade ng Windows 10 dahil madami pa din bugs ito.


    1.Disable Windows Search for Improved Disk Performance

    The next thing to check is whether the problem is to do with Windows Search. A bug in Windows 8 and 10 results in a sort of “search loop” that results in an increased load on the system drive.

    To stop this, and prevent it from happening during your current session (until Windows is rebooted) Please or Register to view links (the quickest way is by right-clicking the Start button and selecting Command Prompt (Admin)) and enter the following:

    net.exe stop “Windows search”

    To permanently disable Windows Search or Indexing, press Windows + R, enterservices.exe, and hit Enter. In the Services window that opens find the Windows Search entry and double-click it to open the Windows Search Propertieswindow. Under Startup type, select Disabled. Here you can click Stop to abort the service. Click OK to save your changes.
    A few moments after disabling Windows Search, your Windows 8.x or Windows 10 performance should improve considerably

    2.Disable Superfetch Service

    For some reason, the superfetch service has been identified as a potential cause of these disk performance issues in Windows 8.x and Windows 10. To deal with this, open another Command Prompt (or if you’ve still got the earlier box open, use that) and enter:

    net.exe stop superfetch

    Again, wait a few moments to check whether this has had any effect on your computer’s performance. You should also run Check Disk in a Command Prompt:

    chkdsk.exe /f /r

    You’ll be informed that your PC must be rebooted for Check Disk to complete, so make sure you have closed all of your applications first.

    3. Disable MSI mode

    MSI mode can be disabled for specific devices via the registry:

    1. Identify if you are running the inbox AHCI driver (StorAHCI.sys):

    • a. Open a command prompt with administrator privileges. Then type the following command in the command prompt window and hit Enter: devmgmt.msc

      b. Under IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers right-click on the AHCI controller node and select Properties. This node is usually called “Standard SATA AHCI Controller.”

      c. Navigate to the driver tab and click Driver Details.

      d. If you see “StorAHCI.sys” in the list, you are running the inbox driver.

      2. Disable MSI for the controller in the registry:

      a. In the same properties window opened in step 1.2, navigate to the Details tab and select Device instance path from the Property drop-down menu. Note this path.

      b. Open the registry editor by typing regedit in the previously opened command prompt.

      c. Navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Enum\PCI\ <AHCI Controller>\Device Parameters\Interrupt Management\MessageSignaledInterruptProperties, where <AHCI Controller> refers to the device instance path you noted in step 2.1.

      d. Change the value of the MSISupported key from “1” to “0”.

      c. If you don’t know which controller your boot device is attached to, repeat steps 2.1 through 2.4 for all AHCI controllers found under 1.2.

      3. Reboot the machine.

      via support.microsoft.com

  2. d3c2000

    d3c2000 Eternal Poster Established

    nice info ts. thanks
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