Excessive Hard Drive Access Tags: Virus Hard Drives Internet Windows XP Last response: September 28, 2012 11:51 PM in Windows XP Share ljnardini September 28, 2012 10:41:47 PM Hello, what causes excessive Hard Access?? Even when going into the internet? Is it InternetExplorer the culpert caused by a possible virus? If so what virsus could it be and is there a solutionto thise issue? More about : excessive hard drive access PhilFrisbie September 28, 2012 11:51:50 PM Often it means you simply do not have enough memory installed. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumExcessive hard drive activity ForumCant access second hard drive ForumHard disk label vs. actual capacity difference seems excessive ... ForumExcessive e-mail ForumExcessive file loss on HD help please. ForumThis this spec excessive for Visual Studio 2008? ForumExcessive crashing, CPU related? ForumHow to recover data from misaligned hard drive platters ForumExcessive HD fragmentation after moving page file. ForumHard drive plugged into media centre fell not working ForumPC not performing ( excessive clocking) ForumAccess external hard drive windows 7 ForumAccess external hard drive windows 7 ForumCant access the 2nd hard drive in windows 8 ForumHard drive returning "e:\ is not accessible. Access is denied" ForumMaxtor Hard drive assistance! ForumGetting past administrative password ForumRecreating all partitions on a new hard drive of Dell Dimension 8400 ForumAccess to url blocked by Panda Cloud Internet Protection ForumMax hard drive size XP 32 will detect More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !