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  1. Monkstrosity

    All M.2 SSDs Sequentially at 100% after boot

    Alright so through some digging I think I've located the source of the issue. It was 3rd party software after all, specifically motherboard and vga card software, that for some reason was scanning each drive on boot. I uninstalled the software in question (Smart Backup and Ready Boost from the...
  2. Monkstrosity

    All M.2 SSDs Sequentially at 100% after boot

    So I've actually double-checked and confirmed it's not. Furthermore, I removed all 3rd party security software and the issue still occurs, so it's either not related to security or it's being caused by the OS.
  3. Monkstrosity

    All M.2 SSDs Sequentially at 100% after boot

    I did as instructed but it as far as I cant tell it's just the system doing it. Here's a screenshot. I confirmed the problem was effected one of the drives (drive "E: ") at the time of the screenshot.
  4. Monkstrosity

    All M.2 SSDs Sequentially at 100% after boot

    Hello all, new to this so bear with me. I recently purchased a 1 TB WD Black M.2 NVMe Drive and installed a fresh OS image on it, keeping my two secondary SATA WD Blue M.2 Drives full of games and just re-mapping on the new drive. Ever since then, however, the system always runs each disk, one...
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