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Unnecessary Background Processes/VERY HIGH CPU Temperatures

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My disc usage occasionally gets to 100% too often, so I'd like to know what isn't needed from the list of things I have running:

 

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Thank you!


Edited by Jir, 01 September 2015 - 07:43 PM.

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BUMP!


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Hello Jir,

 

can you post the image for task manager by select startup option?

 

Regards


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Hello Jir,

 

can you post the image for task manager by select startup option?

 

Regards

 

Here it is:

 

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Edited by Jir, 31 August 2015 - 11:51 PM.

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Did you do all windows update?

Lets try a clean booting of windows, 

 

1. Begin by typing “msconfig” in the Cortana Search Box and then click on MSConfig (Run Command)
Or on your keyboard press the Windows + R key at the same time and type Msconfig in the run window, then click on OK or hit enter.

2. Now choose Selective Start-up

3. Remove the check from Load Startup Items

4. Click on the Services tab

5. Check “Hide all Microsoft Services” and then click on Disable All

6. Click on Apply and then on OK.


A message will appear that you need to restart your system, do this, you will notice that in many cases Windows will boot a lot faster. This is normal since many services that used to run before now, no longer run.

 

Let us inform whether this solved your issue.

Then,

 

How to Disable Clean Boot?

It’s the same as how to clean boot, only then you check the boxes, and click on Enable All on step 5.


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Did you do all windows update?

Lets try a clean booting of windows, 

 

1. Begin by typing “msconfig” in the Cortana Search Box and then click on MSConfig (Run Command)
Or on your keyboard press the Windows + R key at the same time and type Msconfig in the run window, then click on OK or hit enter.

2. Now choose Selective Start-up

3. Remove the check from Load Startup Items

4. Click on the Services tab

5. Check “Hide all Microsoft Services” and then click on Disable All

6. Click on Apply and then on OK.

A message will appear that you need to restart your system, do this, you will notice that in many cases Windows will boot a lot faster. This is normal since many services that used to run before now, no longer run.

 

Let us inform whether this solved your issue.

Then,

 

How to Disable Clean Boot?

It’s the same as how to clean boot, only then you check the boxes, and click on Enable All on step 5.

 

I did that and it SEEMS to have made the temperature of my CPU less.. But when starting up the laptop the items under Service Host: Local System in Task Manager make the Disk 0 (C: D) usage pretty high. Also, Google Chrome, Malwarebytes, SearchProtocolHost and SearchIndexer are also making it high. (and when I watch any kind of videos, or download things, or just start up the laptop, the CPU temperature can get to 70-103C..)


Edited by Jir, 01 September 2015 - 12:15 AM.

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I did that and it SEEMS to have made the temperature of my CPU less.. But when starting up the laptop the items under Service Host: Local System in Task Manager make the Disk 0 (C: D) usage pretty high. Also, Google Chrome, Malwarebytes, SearchProtocolHost and SearchIndexer are also making it high. (and when I watch any kind of videos, or download things, or just start up the laptop, the CPU temperature can get to 70-103C..)

 

You talk about temp. what about processes?

Did you have problem in temp. also?

Please post speccy screen shot.


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I did that and it SEEMS to have made the temperature of my CPU less.. But when starting up the laptop the items under Service Host: Local System in Task Manager make the Disk 0 (C: D) usage pretty high. Also, Google Chrome, Malwarebytes, SearchProtocolHost and SearchIndexer are also making it high. (and when I watch any kind of videos, or download things, or just start up the laptop, the CPU temperature can get to 70-103C..)

 

You talk about temp. what about processes?

Did you have problem in temp. also?

Please post speccy screen shot.

 

 

Yes, I think they are tied together.

 

I'm not sure what you are asking me to take a screenshot of. Speccy?

 

http://www.geekstogo...lasts-annoying/


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He means here: Speccy - Fast, lightweight, advanced system information tool for your PC.

Get the free version.
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Here it is as soon as my laptop started up:

 

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For short periods of time it will go down to around 60-70C, but once I watch a video, download something, or play a game, it skyrockets..


Edited by Jir, 01 September 2015 - 07:37 PM.

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The laptop is definitely running hot. Are the vents free of lint and junk? Have you tried blowing them out with compressed air?
 

Try doing a Clean Boot, see how it runs and if it's cooler. If yes then follow the directions for determining the cause of the problem:

How to perform a clean boot in Windows


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The laptop is definitely running hot. Are the vents free of lint and junk? Have you tried blowing them out with compressed air?
 

Try doing a Clean Boot, see how it runs and if it's cooler. If yes then follow the directions for determining the cause of the problem:

How to perform a clean boot in Windows

 

As you already did clean booting try to clean your laptop to make sure the heating is not caused by dust inside the laptop and post back for further issues.


Edited by Dashing star, 03 September 2015 - 01:11 AM.

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The laptop is definitely running hot. Are the vents free of lint and junk? Have you tried blowing them out with compressed air?
 

Try doing a Clean Boot, see how it runs and if it's cooler. If yes then follow the directions for determining the cause of the problem:

How to perform a clean boot in Windows

 

I forgot to mention that it's been doing this ever since I got it out of the BOX, last Friday.

 

I'm deciding to return it since they probably manufactured it wrong.. It's a shame since I liked the laptop.. MSI GT72 Dominator with NVIDIA GTX 970M. Their customer support is the worst though.


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This is a new laptop? 


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Yes, it was brand new and had these problems ever since I got it, hasn't even been that long.


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