[help] ZHPDiag - Windows 7 ultimate freezing randomly [Closed]

Ask a question brunobrt 3Posts Thursday January 16, 2014Registration date January 17, 2014 Last seen - Last answered on Jan 17, 2014 at 12:47 PM by xpcman
Hello, i'm new here, this is my first question, i think i'm posting it correctly, but if i'm not, sorry about that :P

I build my own computer, the basic hardware is i7 2600k, 8gb ram, gforce gt430 1gb, hd 1tb.

the computer started to have a problem, when i leave it without using it would freeze after a while, but with time it got worse and now it freezes randomly in less then 30min usually, unless i'm watching a movie, than it freezes right after it finishes.

I've tested pretty much everything i know, i tested memory with memtest, it has no problems, i tested temperature, its ok too. I used all sort of scan disks, avg tuneup, advanceded system care 7, avast antivirus, spyware terminator, malwarebytes, Adwcleaner, JRT, Cclean, i updated every single driver, the bios... i'm really frustrated because i've absolutely no idea why its happening.

The only thing i could find and couldnt fix its one error in my hd, its split in two and the C: usually has an error, i tried to fix it but i couldnt. So i ran the ZHPDiag but i dont really know what to do with the result, so i'm posting here, if anyone could help i would really appreciate it.

Here is the link to the ZHPDiag:
<a href="">Download at SpeedyShare</a>

PS: English is not my first language, so i apologize for any terrible error.
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You might start by replacing the hard drive. Since you know it has problems. I suspect a hardware error rather than software problems.

Have you looked at the "Event Viewer" application in "Computer Management"? You might be able to pinpoint what hardware is faulty by looking at the error reporting.

Good Luck
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