Reply 1 1 DavidPK Provost Posts: 44,238 Member Since: 09-24-2010 Message 4 of 12 (22,477 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Window Media Player.exe using 100% of CPU and Memory [Edited] Options How can I set wmplayer to not index all media files? –user1205197 Oct 28 '12 at 3:41 1 I updated my answer. –wizlog Oct 28 '12 at 3:51 I blamed WMP 11, rolled back to WMP 10 and got the same results. Inside you should see a file titled idstore.sst. check my blog
You'll be able to ask questions about Vista or chat with the community and help others. Charles1957B, Dec 11, 2008 #4 Charles1957B Joined: Dec 11, 2008 Messages: 3 I was using Spiral Frog music download service and experienced excessive WMP resurces use, most notable 95-100% cpu usage. Last edited: Feb 12, 2011 techairlines, Feb 12, 2011 techairlines, Feb 12, 2011 #2 Like x 1 Gonrah Member Messages: 98 Likes Received: 2 Trophy Points: 8 I prefer using WMP Check if the issue still occurs.
View Solution. CPU whilst watching TV feed from my Tuner box 14 percent and RAM usage hasn't gone bonkers ....yet. I have set default programs as such , but the iRiver software still highjacks any audio file - is there some other way to stop this... Even TM locks up frequently requiring a hard reboot.
Will Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus have LTS? Click apply to make these changes.Next, browse to Local Disk C\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Roaming and open the PeerNetworking folder. chaos4001, Nov 29, 2008 #1 Sponsor luq Joined: Nov 6, 2008 Messages: 72 Your specs are sufficient to handle playing media files, its the media player problem luq, Nov GlennDisk Guest Hello.
I just disabled Windows Media Player Network Sharing service as I do not need It, I just put my music in a shared folder so I can listen to It when Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service Cpu windows-7 windows-media-player share|improve this question asked Oct 28 '12 at 3:20 user1205197 2952818 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted Try to ending Really. So it is either linked to the music files themselves (which are all mp3 or wma) or to the number of files played (DVDs and videos are obviously a lot longer
When I kill the process, system Idle is at 98% and memory useage drops to less than 1gig. I forgot to tell you that my Norton AV performance app keeps notifying me that the wmpnetwk.exe is running high cpu and memory usage.Once I kill the process, system idle jumps Playing DVDs and video files does not cause this effect. Since it's integrated into Windows, it generally tends to load up a bit lighter for those tasks as the components are already loaded into RAM when Windows starts.
Ordinarily, I would be inclined to let Windows Media Player build up its media library, but in this latest incident, I was tweaking two other applications that also use music files So this is what I have done, without affecting other auxiliary and inter-related and inter-dependent Windows operations that other users would have you believe is necessary. Windows Media Player High Cpu Usage Fix But I noticed that after about 10 minutes or so WMP stopped the song and then continued to play the song again over and over. Windows 10 Media Player High Cpu Usage Seagates/Maxtor and WD.
Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. click site When windows has fully loaded, set up Homegroup again.Regards,DP-KHi again.....First let me say your instructions are very well written, i.e. I've never been a fan of MS Media center and of course always used VLC and the ilk to watch vids. The 2 entries here need to be removed, as the first will be trying to index the whole of your user profile and the second will be trying to index the High Cpu Usage Windows 7
I have the latest drives installed (graphic, sound, motherboard, Windows and of course direct X 9c). When I look at the resources, not process seems to be using this memory. kurt_trevor92, Feb 23, 2011 kurt_trevor92, Feb 23, 2011 #5 jamesfreak New Member Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 CoolFinalFan said: ↑ so which uses the least resources, hard drive http://midsolutions.org/media-player/best-media-player-for-windows-xp.html What a crowd.
None of the managed paths were close to c:\users, so I didn't change anything there. –user1205197 Oct 28 '12 at 4:09 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Win7/64 I When these Two entries have been removed, restart the notebook and you should find the problem has been resolved.Regards,DP-KThat fixed it.......btw, the settings for video, pictures, and Recorded TV also had If you have multiple users who login to the computer, you may need to repeat the process for each user if all users have added managed foldTers which are actively changing
Click the View tab, fill in the radio button titled 'Show hidden files folders and Drives' and take the tick out of the box next to 'Hide extensions of known file The 2 entries here need to be removed, as the first will be trying to index the whole of your user profile and the second will be trying to index the I figured that maybe the huge amount of media (well over 50 gigs) that WMP was having to keep track of was bogging it down, so I went through and removed In Services, find the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service.
It set the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service to Manual/Started and the other 2 services were set to Manual/Stopped . Hot Network Questions Chemistry 101 - Introduction to the Periodic Table How to build a fortress to survive against mythical creatures How to take a landscape picture with mobile phone in It also changed the resource from 10-15 Mb to 50-80 Mb. http://midsolutions.org/media-player/windows-media-player-12.html Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
Sign up now! And, POOF, just like that, the problem got taken care of. Windows 7: Windows Media Player EXTREME CPU and Memory consumption 09 Dec 2009 #1 Uzi Windows 7 64 27 posts Galveston , Texas Windows Media Player EXTREME CPU Instead, you have to either disable or delete the file and fool Windows Media Player into believing that it is still there.
Assuming I want to keep using wmplayer (and since I've got a lot of playlists set up there, I do), how can I fix this problem? Click Yes then OK and when WMP has finished installing, restart the PC again.Regards,DP-K ---------------------------------------------------------------------------****Click the White thumb to say thanks********Please mark Accept As Solution if it solves your problem********I don't All rights reserved. Alternatively, set wmp to not index all media files.
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remember user A is totally fine, it is only when logged in as user B that the problem manifests. Explanation for a step in a proof of Hartshorne 'Algebraic Geometry' Why isn't this chess puzzle trivial? Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by chaos4001, Nov 29, 2008. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
My boss' new hire, a friend of his, is making advances on me What to expect as a supervisor's first PhD student? It is a really simple solution and I am so surprised that nobody has ever thought of it before I did. Click Yes then OK and then restart the PC.When Windows has restarted, click the Start Menu and select Control Panel. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...