I have run cleanup to get rid of all the temporary files and it does not seem to help the reboot problem. I am also running winpatrol.
Please advise on this. I have a copy of HijackThis.
Thanks as always for your help.
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That is a good thing... your computer seems to be functioning fine. The System Idle Process will be "consuming" near 98-99% when your computer is idle... the higher the % of this process, that is the % of your processor that is idle (ie. if my idle process is consuming 85% of my CPU, that means that 885% of my CPU is idle, or not processing anything.)
The system idle process seems to be consuming at 98%.
Edited by edge2022, 28 September 2009 - 04:45 PM.
APPEARS YOU FOUND THE PROBLEM BUT ARE NOT GOING TO FIX IT...kind of like wearing a raincoat with holes all over it
Meanwhile I have disalbed the automatice updates from Norton and things seem to be OK.
Please go to Malware and Spyware Cleaning Guide...
I still think that in reading entries on other sites that there could be a trojan hiding. I would like to know how to check for that.
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