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24/7 CPU 100% LOAD


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arthurherr

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Hi All,

Welp,

Net Medic and Active CPU are showing that my CPU is running at 100% LOAD
all the time.

Bios shows CPU temperature ranging upwards of 75c and climbs.Fan fuctions correctly.Before,I added DVD\CDR Drive Temps were always in 45-55c.
I deleted and removed this drive and all it's software but CPU load doesn't reduce.

Additionally,I sacnned PC for Virus,Trojans and,Malwares,But found nothing.

I'm running a celeron 700mhz CPU,256mg Ram,Windows Millenium.
Have deleted all recent program additions and deactivated All start up programs
to no avail..........

Anyone wanna take a wack at this one?

Edited by arthurherr, 28 August 2005 - 11:14 AM.

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Hi All,

Can anyone give me an idea on how to aproach reducing my 100% CPU load?

Thought might be a conflict somehow between onboard sound card and a
installed Creative sound card (I pulled it) but no luck.Also,I disabled new DVD\CDROM drive and deleted it's new files to no avail.

Please help.

Thanks Arthur
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