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So I'm back at square one...It's weird tho, as I said earlier, I can burn at a speed of 8x but not read faster then 1x (just guessing, it might be As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Open up task manager and click the processes area, then click the spot that reads CPU and take a screenshot so we can see what is running your system up. In fact, the applications I use routinely (Word, PPT, AOL, IE) all run much more efficiently now. (They all had been running sluggish for quite some time.) Apparently I already had

I'm so excited with this opportunity. I was hoping that that would fix the problem but it didn't... ID: 23173 · noobiedoobiedo Send message Joined: 17 Feb 09Posts: 4 Message 23178 - Posted: 17 Feb 2009, 23:49:59 UTC - in response to Message 23173. A two hour wiat will tell you if the problem is simply a configured long start up time.

Farid says May 27, 2008 at 1:09 am Thank you man, but the problem keeps repeating it self after a couple of days! TechSpot is a registered trademark. I had a hard time getting the Pc to boot with that plugged in.I would like a little background on your computer.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - fix by wizardb / February 15, 2008 9:35 AM PST In reply to: CPU keeps going to 100%--any suggestions to remedy? Under scenario 6, however, ACPI.sys (the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface), which did not appear for other scenarios, appears for more than 60 seconds. I would like to know the make/model number, how long you had it, and also what type of internet connection you haveI've had the Pc for about 3 years.It's one of The middle three are for three Wyse terminals users logons.

IE 8 INSTALL informed me that IE 8 was installed on a previous XP service pack and warned me that this was irreversible, I continued. Thanks for all the great suggestions and so on! I've had problems, in the past, with outdated 4 in 1 drivers and an AMD processor. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...

However, mine is. Your computer may be actually running a virus scan or defragging. Have you updated to the latest 4 in 1 drivers for it? If I reset my Firefox session and hibernate, it'll usually behave ok, but at some unidentified point in the future (perhaps once I've loaded sufficient pages, or certain types of page

Does anyone know how to fix this issue? What is the update agent? JustinYo says November 2, 2008 at 10:58 am I've gotten this fixed now. I guess since its a fresh system recovery, so no need of doing this.4) Have Mcafee running on my machine and no virus threat detected.5) All drivers are up to date6)

Any suggestions on why this may be happening, or if I need a certain update? 10 answers Last reply Jan 10, 2014 Best Answer Dec 11, 2013 More about cpu usage Tommy says May 24, 2008 at 10:01 pm And Now it will not let me D/L updates from Microsoft! But now, my automatic updates window doesn't show up any more - let me check whether the service is started. Surely they didn't snaffle some Mozilla code?

Other VOIP software such as Skype can also be a problem. To do this, press F8 just before the WindowsXP logo shows up during boot and press up to choose "Safe Mode" Once Windows has loaded and you have the option of I had the same problem. Go to Programs,/ Systems Tools,/ Accessories, /Scheduled Tasks.

I also used the Run command as listed in #33. #33 This is the solution: Go to services (start Dan says April 7, 2008 at 4:03 pm just got done talking I will update this post when I hear back from the people at HP or Wyse.-Ryan 1367-87741-587167 Back to top Ron Pettit Members #9 Ron Pettit 8 posts Posted 04 April KCMike says August 7, 2008 at 11:58 am Update - when putting the HP info to manual it did fix the svchost.exe but from there I was no longer able to

Unfortunately it still takes ages to recover from the hibernation.

Hope this is some help. I have tested them for 2 days. This is the email I got back: Hi Cristiano, Thank you for your bug report. had the same problem, just go to admin tools/services and then go to dns client and activate it, be shure that auto starts and that restarts if theres a failure (maybe

I have reverted to shutting Firefox down before going into standby, fortunately the extension Sessionsaver makes that a lot easier to handle.CC: bugzilla Tim A. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - CPU Memory always at 100% during browsing by pmnimje / November 7, 2008 12:22 AM PST In reply to: Me too! is anybody working to solve it? This number is an integer number, so anything below 33% uses no CPUs, 33-65% uses 1 CPU, 66-99% uses 2 CPUs and 100% uses 3 CPUs.

I had problems with HP software before. It should be 100%, since Folding will use any capacity that it available (not being used by another application or process). Sorry but I can never say this enough. Whenever I start browing (IE or Opera or Firefox) or even when connect external hard disk (to copy data to my laptop), CPU shoots to 100% and stays there making my

THANK YOU [email protected] NewAccount | Log In or Remember [x] | Forgot Password Login: [x] Home | New | Browse | Search | [help] | Reports | Product Dashboard The default PK says March 20, 2008 at 2:56 pm This was a gr8 solution!!