I was playing Mop like a happy little nerd for a while with no problems with my pc. For the past 2/3 months, I've been having random GPU crashes, where my screen would go black, say "no signal" but the of would remain on. One way roun this was to underclock my pc by around 200 in each option. This normally would work, but when I came back from making and eating dinner, my pc had crashed.
I first though that it had done its typical "No signal" thing again, which it had when I tried turning my monitor on, since my pc was running. I was forced to manually re-boot, which I guess is not good for the pc, but my only option.
Upon my pc rebooting, the default windows 7 background in a much smaller resolution appeared, followed by a error message saying something along the lines of "Disk is corrupted, run CHKDISK(I think)"
After clicking okay, the Startup repair window came up and said "Attempting Repairs... repairing disk errors. This might take over an hour to complete"
After leaving it running for almost three hours, I get a bit worried. Is it possible for this repair to get stuck at all? This is the first time I've had this error, and I'm not sure what to do. Is it normal for it to take this long? I tried cancelling it 15min ago to try and restart it, but it told me it cannot be cancelled. I'm pretty sure manually rebooting my pc would just make it worse.
Kinda sucks this happens on the MoP release
Thanks for people's replies and I look forward to reading the suggestions. Thanks for reading the long post! Sorry!