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Lucky Dearly

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hey all, working on a new pc build with Windows 8.1 installed and so far everything was ok till recently when I discovered the computer was severely laggy, the task manager revealed to me that system interrupts was using a lot of cpu as much as 100%

 

Hopefully I can find a way to shut this thing down


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Still no change to my problem despite looking for answers online. Worst of all is the lag. Tried a system restore and still no change


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Hi,

 

Try to follow this guide How to get the cause of high CPU usage by DPC / Interrupt check if you can pinpoint the problem source using LatencyMon suggested at the end of the guide.


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I'll check it out ASAP


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okay from what I can tell it looks like ndis.sys might be the problem driver


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okay from what I can tell it looks like ndis.sys might be the problem driver

 

Try to update the driver. If the machine is an OEM Build check the website of the motherboard manufacturer.


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I'll give it a go though just earlier something else happened. I had shut down the pc and went to reboot it and got an error message

 

the error code is 0xc0000001 and it mentioned that a system file was corrupt or missing


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I'll give it a go though just earlier something else happened. I had shut down the pc and went to reboot it and got an error message

 

the error code is 0xc0000001 and it mentioned that a system file was corrupt or missing

 

Press windows8_key.png + X and click Open Command Prompt (Admin)
type:

sfc /scannow

The scan will take some time... and if everything is OK it should say something like "No integrity violations found"
 

  • if it doesn't say "No integrity violations found" them do this:
  • In the command prompt window, type or Copy & Paste the following:
    findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
  • Close the command prompt.
  • Attach to your post the sfcdetails.txt file that was just placed on your Desktop
  • You can safely delete the sfcdetails.txt file afterwards if you like

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well the computer works better now, figured out that the problem I had with the new rig was I had a 32 bit partition installed on a 64 bit system, I reinstalled windows 8.1 as a 64 bit partition and it works smoothly.


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