Question 100% disk usage in m.2, freezing and BSOD

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Hi everyone. Someone please help me.
Recently my pc is getting 100% disk usage when I try to play a heavy game like GoW or COD Warzone. It's happens just the first load or 1~2 min after loading.
Then the PC freeze and 1 min later I get BSOD WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR.
If I use my PC to normal stuff, no error occurs.
I've managed to record the moment when it gets 100%:
View: https://youtu.be/RW58GAlcIcs

My UserBenchmark: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/57223417
My FurMark: https://gpuscore.top/furmark/show.php?id=823470
No dump files are generated.
I have tried everything. I'm almos giving up.
With you know something to help me, I'll be very thankfull.
What I have done so far:Installed a new Windows 10;
Updated windows completely;
Reinstalled every mobo and processor drivers;
Clean reinstalled and updated GPU driver;
Reinstalled visual c++ x64 and x86;
Cleaned the entire PC physically;
Tested RAMs with memtest86 (two times) and windows memory diagnostics (no errors found);
Tried sfc, dskchk and DIM (no errors);
Clean windows boot;
Checked the m.2 with crystaldiskmark (98 of life and 45 Cº);
Tried install and run GoW in my HDD 1TB;
Updated BIOS to last version and reset to deafult;
Disabled fast boot in windows and bios;
My specs:
b450 tomahawk max;
ryzen 7 3800x;
gtx 1660 super;
2x8 hyperx fury 2666mhz;
husky nvme m.2 256GB;
500w psu.
 

Ralston18

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Look in Reliability History and Event Viewer for error codes, warnings, and informational events being captured just before or at the time of the BSODs.

Also check system performance via Resource Monitor and Process Explorer.

Process Explorer (Microsoft, free):

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer

Objective being to discover what the system is doing or trying to do when the freezing and BSODs occur.

= = = =

500 watt PSU: make, model, age, condition (original to build, new, refurbished, used)?

History of heavy gaming use, video editing, or even bit-mining?

The PSU is a likely suspect as I read and understand your post.
 
Dec 9, 2022
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Look in Reliability History and Event Viewer for error codes, warnings, and informational events being captured just before or at the time of the BSODs.

Also check system performance via Resource Monitor and Process Explorer.

Process Explorer (Microsoft, free):

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer

Objective being to discover what the system is doing or trying to do when the freezing and BSODs occur.

= = = =

500 watt PSU: make, model, age, condition (original to build, new, refurbished, used)?

History of heavy gaming use, video editing, or even bit-mining?

The PSU is a likely suspect as I read and understand your post.
PSU in from WPC 500w - fonte gamer ( a brazillian brand) 3 years old. Well cleaned and no PSU problems so far (that I can tell).
I play a lot of heavy games and never mined. I'm running a stress test for CPU with AIDA64 for 4 hours and no errors. I'll run the test for more couple of hours.
In event viewer, what I need search for? System?
Thank you for the help!
 
Hi everyone. Someone please help me.
Recently my pc is getting 100% disk usage when I try to play a heavy game like GoW or COD Warzone. It's happens just the first load or 1~2 min after loading.
Then the PC freeze and 1 min later I get BSOD WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR.
If I use my PC to normal stuff, no error occurs.
I've managed to record the moment when it gets 100%:
View: https://youtu.be/RW58GAlcIcs

My UserBenchmark: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/57223417
My FurMark: https://gpuscore.top/furmark/show.php?id=823470
No dump files are generated.
I have tried everything. I'm almos giving up.
With you know something to help me, I'll be very thankfull.
What I have done so far:Installed a new Windows 10;
Updated windows completely;
Reinstalled every mobo and processor drivers;
Clean reinstalled and updated GPU driver;
Reinstalled visual c++ x64 and x86;
Cleaned the entire PC physically;
Tested RAMs with memtest86 (two times) and windows memory diagnostics (no errors found);
Tried sfc, dskchk and DIM (no errors);
Clean windows boot;
Checked the m.2 with crystaldiskmark (98 of life and 45 Cº);
Tried install and run GoW in my HDD 1TB;
Updated BIOS to last version and reset to deafult;
Disabled fast boot in windows and bios;
My specs:
b450 tomahawk max;
ryzen 7 3800x;
gtx 1660 super;
2x8 hyperx fury 2666mhz;
husky nvme m.2 256GB;
500w psu.
Do you have the ram in the proper slots?
 
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Ralston18

Titan
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That WPC 500 watt PSU is a likely suspect.

Disk drive(s): make, model, capacity, how full?

= = = =

I do not put much faith in stress tests per se. Real stress tests push things until something breaks.

No software test really wants to do that so the test is not likely to be all that meaningful.

Regarding Reliability History and Event Viewer.

Look for specific error codes, warnings, etc. just before or at the times some problem was known to have occurred. Unfortunately the codes and details may or may not be helpful. Still there may be some clue within.

Reliability History is much more user friendly and the timeline format can be very revealing with respect to when any given problem or problems began.

Event Viewer is much more cumbersome and takes more time and effort to follow and to understand.

FYI:

http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-3128616/windows-event-viewer.html

There is no need to rush the use of either tool. Get a sense of how to navigate within the tool, what information is being presented, and how to understand that information.

Post accordingly.
 
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Dec 9, 2022
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That WPC 500 watt PSU is a likely suspect.

Disk drive(s): make, model, capacity, how full?

= = = =

I do not put much faith in stress tests per se. Real stress tests push things until something breaks.

No software test really wants to do that so the test is not likely to be all that meaningful.

Regarding Reliability History and Event Viewer.

Look for specific error codes, warnings, etc. just before or at the times some problem was known to have occurred. Unfortunately the codes and details may or may not be helpful. Still there may be some clue within.

Reliability History is much more user friendly and the timeline format can be very revealing with respect to when any given problem or problems began.

Event Viewer is much more cumbersome and takes more time and effort to follow and to understand.

FYI:

http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-3128616/windows-event-viewer.html

There is no need to rush the use of either tool. Get a sense of how to navigate within the tool, what information is being presented, and how to understand that information.

Post accordingly.
The only thin I got was this and it was after I boot my PC, not when the PC freezed:
Disk driver is a nvme m.2. Using 1/3 of capacity.
View: https://imgur.com/a/TKPfRCP
 
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Dec 9, 2022
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Error code 86 - fairly broad....

FYI:

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/737952/event-id-86-error.html

Try to find some error codes or warnings that occurred when the PC froze.
Good, evening, Ralston.
I follow all what was said in this forum.
The error code 86 shows no more, but this two errors persists:
Error source "volmgr" - The creation of the dump file failed due to an error during the creation of the dump.
And kernerl-power - O sistema foi reiniciado sem um desligamento correto primeiro. Esse erro pode ser causado quando o sistema para de responder, trava ou fica sem energia inesperadamente.
I will run sfc and DIM one more time to see if windows resolve volmgr.
View: https://imgur.com/a/rp0PqIf
 
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Good, evening, Ralston.
I follow all what was said in this forum.
The error code 86 shows no more, but this two errors persists:
Error source "volmgr" - The creation of the dump file failed due to an error during the creation of the dump.
And kernerl-power - O sistema foi reiniciado sem um desligamento correto primeiro. Esse erro pode ser causado quando o sistema para de responder, trava ou fica sem energia inesperadamente.
I will run sfc and DIM one more time to see if windows resolve volmgr.
View: https://imgur.com/a/rp0PqIf
I runned sfc and it repared, but the blue screen still appearing. Nothing changed.
When the game freezes my PC, it freezes the event viewer too. I can't see the event viewer.
 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
All the more reason, I think, for suspecting the PSU.

The processing load on the system is likely too much and increasing the work (running Event Viewer, trying to generate a dump file, etc.) simply more than the PSU can keep up with.

Do some other things: light browsing, backups, watch online videos, open multiple tabs, etc. while observing system performance. Pay attention to what Task Manager and Resource Monitor are showing with regards to the system resources being used, to what extent (%), and what is using any given resource.

Just do not play any games while doing.

Use both tools but only one tool at at time.

Determine if there are further crashes/freezes, and blue screens.

Take your time, no need to rush, just be observant. Could be a single event or some pattern of events.
 

Colif

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Error source "volmgr" - The creation of the dump file failed due to an error during the creation of the dump.
have we checked the health of the nvme as if its not recording a dump, its possible cause is nvme itself.
100% disk usage also can be a sign its the drive.

Just thought I throw that option in as it might be PSU as Ralston suggests.
 

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