Three weeks ago, I started to notice that, as I flipped through my JPG, GIF or PNG images with the Win10 Photo Viewer, I would get frequent pauses (with ellipses rolling from left to right at the top of the Photo Viewer window) before the next photo is displayed. On top of that, once in a while, when I saved any item, there would be a pause (sometimes even a "Not Responding" message) before the action resumes and the item is saved.
I have not tested the activity of these pauses on a video game, but I would imagine that, if they were to occur during game play, I could end up with frequent screen freezes.
I went into the Event Viewer, and this is what I get:
Log Name: System
Date: 9/9/2017 4:38:54 AM
Event ID: 129
Task Category: None
Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort3, was issued.
<Provider Name="UASPStor" />
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2017-09-09T08:38:54.738496300Z" />
This warning pops up in the Event Viewer almost every 30 seconds, and the Photo Viewer freezes and Save operation freezes coincide with every warning.
How do I stop UASPStor from interfering with the operation of my programs or stalling them? What I've seen on the Web so far, that passes for solutions, looks like misdirected gibberish to me.