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Hello,

I have tested my computer with PCMark 7 and result is fine but one score is too low.
So result "starting applications" is ~51 MB/s in all tests. In firsts labels is 51,99 MB/s.
Why this value is so low?

My disks:
First system: SSD Corsair Force GT3 120GB, SATA III. In benchmark, maximum speed is 484 MB/s.
Second disk is HDD, WD Caviar WD1002FAEX, 1 TB, SATA III.
But on both disks exe files start slow.

I have ASRock p67 PRO3 B3 mobo.

So, when I click on the big exe file, I must wait few second before application start.

I hope you can help me :)

~Tintai
 
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it a sythetic benchmark. I would not worry.

Run crystal mark and post screen shot
 
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If I click on 1 GB exe file I must wait 10 or more seconds.
 

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Go to: Control Panel-->Power Options-->select "change plan settings"-->Change advanced power settings-->expand Hard Disk-->Turn off Hard Disk after = NONE.
 
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Don't work. Nothing has changed.
 
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check your background process, you may have virus or spyware or like that
try to scan it again
 
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Impossible. A few weeks ago I reinstalled Windows. It was before also.
 
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what about your background process? is there any apps that eat much resource?
 
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No. Everything is fine. Physical memory is ~15%.
I think it's something in the system. "Starting applications" is maximum 51,99 MB/s so maybe something block this.
 

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are you running any kind of antivirus? that would explain it.
 
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I always using Microsoft Security Essentials.
 

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I always using Microsoft Security Essentials.
then its scanning the .exe files and slowing things down.


try disabling its real time protection and see what happens.
 
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then its scanning the .exe files and slowing things down.


try disabling its real time protection and see what happens.
MSE doesn't slow down EXE files so turning it off would make no difference AND its not worth the risk. What exe is he even trying to run?
 
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Each exe file. Maybe RAM is too slow? 1333MHz, 9-9-9-24.
 

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MSE doesn't slow down EXE files so turning it off would make no difference AND its not worth the risk. What exe is he even trying to run?
he's trying to find out why they run slow, and you're saying dont even test if its his AV?


Tintai: no way is it even remotely possible its RAM. even SD ram would be faster than the ~50MB/s you're talking about.
 
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then its scanning the .exe files and slowing things down.


try disabling its real time protection and see what happens.
Possible... I had Kaspersky and ZoneAlarm, both, on different machines & times, misbehavin' and had to re-install them to set them right.
Even after cleaning them out and re-setting them; they would still bog the file access times down and cause Windows Explorer (not ie) to be slow on opening and accessing, until re-installed.

MSE doesn't slow down EXE files so turning it off would make no difference AND its not worth the risk. What exe is he even trying to run?
If he turns off real-time detection it will not make any difference, as he has already been opening the file... he would/should have gotten an alert or warning if there were a problem with the file he is testing with.

Each exe file. Maybe RAM is too slow? 1333MHz, 9-9-9-24.
Probably not; but, how much ram?
What version of Windows?
Where is you swap file located? What size?
How full are your drives?
What processor?
Have you got the latest firmware for your SSD?
Are your drivers up to date?
Is your MB bios current?

Is the file an installation file, video file, etc? Does it use compression?

You need to goto User CP and put your system info there and then check the box to show the specs. The info will go a long way in helping some to diagnose your possible problem(s).
 
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guys he's running PCmark7, which tests its own .exe files. please read the first post.
 
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Probably not; but, how much ram?
16GB.
What version of Windows?
7 Ultimate x64.
Where is you swap file located? What size?
Hm. I don't know.
What is default location and size?
How full are your drives?
C: ~70%, D: ~50%.
Intel i7-2600k.
Have you got the latest firmware for your SSD?
I don't know.
Is your MB bios current?
Yes.

Thanks for helping me :)

I checked in Total Commander and result are the same.
Maybe this mobo have this problem? I changed my system several times and always been like that. Or maybe something is wrong in the BIOS?
 

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if its just the benchmark showing the problem Ignore it
if its not then disable windows defender from the services cp
 
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So I don't know.
For now it must be it. Thanks for help.
 
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swap file is another way of saying paging files. By default Win7 mirrors the size of your RAM for this. So if you have 16 GB, then it is using 16 GB of paging files. You can bring this down to 2 GB or disable it all together. Even disabled Win7 keeps a small block of your primary drive for this task anyway so it can offload background tasks you don't need to know about.

If I click on 1 GB exe file I must wait 10 or more seconds.
When you say this, are you going by the results of the benchmark or do you have an exe you know is exactly 1 GB you are using outside of the benchmark?
 
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I know it's 1GB. I tested this on Win Explorer and Total Com.
For example 250MB file is opened in ~5 seconds.

@edit: I turned off the pagefile but it don't work.
 
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Something is wrong with your I/O make sure the motherboard is in AHCI mode, reinstall the Intel I/O drivers.
 
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Mobo is in AHCI?
Do you mean disks in this mode?

I reinstalled Windows many times and this problem appears always.
Maybe it's something wrong in the BIOS?
 
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I changed *.exe to *.pif and *.com and nothing has changed.
Tell me please, is this problem is software or hardware?
 
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