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Old 09-01-2017, 03:50 PM   #1
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I am having issues that I have tried everything to figure out, and the only common thing I find is in the event viewer I keep seeing VSS errors. Some background. I was having some sporadic issues with the computer, and I thought the drive may be going bad. I clone the 500 GB c: drive to a new 1 TB drive. I still continued to have what were sporadic, non consistent issues, any where from The application failed to initialize properly, to Windows - delayed write failed, to the exception unknown software exception. I would restart the computer and usually would run chkdsk and show no problems. I would leave the computer on and come back later that day is see some of these various messages. I went to burn memtest on a disk and saw the icon was not there for the CD. I switched my D: drive and the CD drive sata ports and now the D drive did not show in my computer. So I bought a PCI 2 Sata port card, and now all shows. I have run chkdsk, sfc/scannow, malwarebytes, etc, and all show no problems. The only thing I still keep seeing is the VSS error when I check event viewer, and wonder if this could be the culprit for everything else. I would appreciate any ideas as to where else to look for these sporadic and not consistent errors. And I am typing this now on the computer, so it does work and then throws the errors, not just at bootup. I also ran memtest overnight and it showed no errors.

Window XP Professional SP3
AMD Phenom 9500 Quad Core Processor
2.2 Ghz 3.12 Gb RAM

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