However I did luck out on one machine like this that we caught the HDD spinning down unexpectedly. That was my clue something was up with the HDD. The Seagate HDD (no I don't own it so I can't supply it for Seagate to test) passed the maker's testing but failed to clone. So it was a mess to move to the new drive.
New drive installed and after a hard long clone job (finally worked) the new drive is not showing the 100% disk usage.
Make what you will on this. Also, the 100% use was spotted on W7 and W8. Now that I've cured it more than once with a new HDD, I'm going to keep trying that. HDDs are cheap. Diagnostics and shop time isn't.
So I haven't had this problem until getting Windows 10.
My startup used to be fast and I can go about doing my business in about 1 minute on startup. Now, everything is just absolutely bogged down. My Disk stays at about 100% for a good 10 minutes of my computer starting up.
I have disabled Windows Search and SuperFetch along with 'disable tips for Windows 10'.
Just a few suggestion I have ran into and nothing has worked.
I open my task manager during the 100% disk usage time and nothing is over .3mb, so I have no idea what is up with it.
Any ideas here?
AMD 6300 Six-Core Processor
64 Bit OS