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Windows 7 Ultimate is eating up all my CPU and RAM


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Dezpada

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This is really starting to piss me the [bleep] off. I upgraded to 7 Ultimate a few days ago, and ever since then, it's been eating up my CPU and RAM after a while being on it. Can anyone tell me if this is SuperFetch or a memory leak? How the [bleep] do I fix this new problem that's been popping up since 7?
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Without knowing what you have specification wise, nobody knows.
This program will tell you everything: http://www.gtopala.com/

Install it, right-click on "Hardware" on the left -> Export -> TXT. Save it somewhere on your computer and then when you reply to this post you can attach it to the post.

Also, is it 64-bit or 32-bit? (you can tell this by right-clicking on Computer on the start Menu -> Properties.

Edited by Neil Jones, 20 December 2009 - 03:56 AM.

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I'm running a 64-bit system.

When I tried to save the details on a .TXT file, the program wouldn't let me, screaming "Not Implemented!" What do I do?

EDIT: I put the HTML file into a .zip file.

Attached Files


Edited by Dezpada, 20 December 2009 - 02:10 PM.

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A Quad Core laptop with 4Gb of memory. There is no reason why it shouldn't fly with Win7.
How did you upgrade? Clean install or direct upgrade from Vista?
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Direct upgrade. A friend told me it could be that the drivers didn't carry over properly from Vista. Could that be possible?
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it's been eating up my CPU and RAM after a while being on it

How do you check those?
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